Employment and entrepreneurship event: follow-up resources

Intercultural Church Conference (ICC) follow-up resources

  • Anthony Reddie, Seidel Abel-Boarneges, Pam Searle, Intercultural Preaching, Oxford, Regents Park College Oxford, 2021
  • Harvey Kwiyani, Multicultural Kingdom: Ethnic Diversity, Mission and the Church, London, SCM Press, 2020
  • Malcolm Patten, Leading a Multicultural Church, London, SPCK2016
  • Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, But where are you really from? On Identity, Humanhood and Hope, London, SPCK2020
  • Rev Israel Olofinjana, Turning the Tables on Mission: Stories of Christians from the Global South in the UK, Watford, Instant Apostle, 2013
  • Rev Israel Olofinjana, Partnership in Mission: A Black Majority Perspective on Mission and Church Unity, Watford, Instant Apostle, 2015
  • Hirpo Kumbi, The Culturally Intelligent Leader, Watford, Instant Apostle, 2017.
  • Osoba Otagie, Building Cultural Intelligence Church an Ministry, Milton Keynes, Author House, 2016
  • Rev Dr Andrew R Hardy, Rev Dan Yarnell, Forming Multicultural Partnerships: Church Planting in a Divided Society, Watford, Instant Apostle, 2015
  • Sharon Prentis, Every Tribe: Stories of Diverse Saints serving a Diverse World, London, SPCK2019
  • Ben Aldous, Idina Dunmore and Mohan Seevaratnam, Intercultural Church: Shared Learning from New Communities, Oxford, Grove Books, 2020
  • Martyn Snow, An Intercultural Church for a Multicultural World: Reflections on Gift Exchange, London, Church Publishing House, 2024.
  • Intercultural Church and City Transformation Report produced by the Gather Movement and City Transformation, 2024 (attached as PDF)
  • Oxford Journal of Intercultural Mission

Church unity

  • Steve Clifford, One: Unity in Diversity, Oxford, Monarch Books, 2017
  • Joel Edwards, Lord Make us One-but not the Same! London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1999
  • Joe Alded, Respect: Understanding Caribbean British Christianity, Peterborough, Epworth, 2005
  • Rev Israel Olofinjana, Partnership in Mission: A Black Majority Church Perspective on Mission and Church Unity, Watford, Instant Apostle, 2015


  • Nico A Botha and Eugene Baron, Majority World Perspective on Christian Mission, South Africa Kreativ, 2020
  • Frances S. Adeney, Women in Christian Mission: Ways of Knowing and Doing Theology. Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books, 2015
  • Samuel Cueva, Mission Partnership in Creative Tension, Carlisle, Cumbria, Langham Monographs, 2015
  • Rose Dowsett, (ed.), Global Mission: Reflections and Case Studies in Local Theology for the Whole Church (Globalization of Mission). Pasadena: William Carey Library, 2011
  • Hirpo Kumbi, Mission and Movement: A Study of Ethiopian and Eritrean Evangelical Churches in the UK, Watford, Instant Apostle, 2018
  • Harvey Kwiyani, Sent Forth: African Missionary Work in the West, Maryknoll, NY2014
  • Arif Mohammed, Ram Gidoomal, Robin Thompson and Raju Abraham, Diaspora Mission: The Story of South Asian Concern, London, South Asian Concern, 2014
  • Rev Israel Olofinjana, World Christianity in Western Europe: Diasporic Identities, Narratives and Missiology, Oxford, Regnum Publishing, 2020
  • Rev Israel Olofinjana, Reverse in Ministry and Mission: Africans in the Dark Continent of Europe, Milton Keynes, Author House, 2010
  • Usha Reifsnider, Cross-cultural Mission in Relation to Migrants, a video from Spring Harvest, 2020
  • Dana L. Robert, Gospel Bearers, Gender Barriers: Missionary Women in the Twentieth Century. Maryknoll, Ny: Orbis Books, 2002
  • Cathy Ross and Stephen Bevans, (eds.), Mission on the Road to Emmaus: Constants, Context, and Prophetic Dialogue. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2015
  • Andrew Walls, The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, Edinbrugh, T&T Clark, 1996
  • Andrew Walls, The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, Edinbrugh, T&T Clark, 2002
  • Andrew Walls, Crossing Cultural Frontiers: Studies in the History of World Christianity, Maryknoll, NY2017

Racial justice

Black-majority churches

  • Babatunde Adedibu, Coat of Many Colours: The Origin, Growth, Distinctiveness and Contributions of Black Majority Churches to British Christianity, London, Wisdom Summit, 2012
  • Joe Aldred and Keno Ogbo (eds), The Black Church in the 21st Century, London, Darton, Longman and Todd, 2010
  • Robert Beckford, Jesus is Dread: Black Theology and Black Culture in Britain, London, Darton, Longman and Todd, 1998
  • Robert Beckford, Dread and Pentecostalism: A Political Theology for the Black Church in Britain, London, SPCK2000
  • Chigor Chike, African Christianity in Britain: Diaspora, Doctrines and Dialogue, Milton Keynes, Author House, 2007
  • Roy Francis, Windrush and the Black Pentecostal Church in Britain, Surrey, Filament Publishing, 2020
  • Roswith Gerloff, A Plea for Black British Theologies, Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 1992
  • Rev Israel Olofinjana (ed), African Voices: Towards African British Theologies, Cumbria, Langham Global Library, 2017
  • I.O. Smith with Wendy Green, Ebony Cross: Being a Black Christian in Britain Today, London Harper Collins Publishers, 1989
  • Mark Sturge, Look What the Lord has Done: An Exploration of Black Christian Faith in Britain, Bletchley, Scripture Union, 2005


  • Kate Coleman, Leadership in a Racialised World, a video from New Wine, 2021
  • Kate Coleman, 7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership: Overcoming Self-Defeating Behaviours in Work and Ministry, Birmingham, Next Leadership, 2010
  • Phyllis Thompson (ed), Challenges of Black Pentecostal Leadership in the 21st Century, London, SPCK2013

Climate justice