About the Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission

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The Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission is a popular and easy-to-read journal published quarterly by St Paul’s, Slough – the intercultural mission-resourcing hub in the Diocese of Oxford. Occasionally, a special issue will be published to mark or celebrate an event such as Race Equality Week, Black History Month or South Asian Heritage Month.

The journal offers a range of reflections on issues impacting the growth of intercultural mission and ministry in the Church of England. These include UKME (United Kingdom Minority Ethnic) and GMH (Global Majority Heritage) participation, governance structures, ministry discernment and training, racial justice, cultural awareness, intercultural preaching, worship and evangelism.

We aim to provide a forum for bloggers, church planters, students, leaders, teachers, and preachers to share experiences, expertise, research, and intercultural mission tools to inspire a movement and growth of intercultural worshipping communities within the Church of England.

Issue two out now.

Issue two: Summer 2023

Issue 2: Summer 2023 Issue two marks the second anniversary of the publication of From Lament to Action and the 30th anniversary of the death of Stephen Lawrence with contributors Daniel Odhiambo; John Root; Guy Hewitt; Isaac Charles Bortey Borquaye; Lara Deen and Tim Wambunya.

Issue one: Spring 2023

This inaugural edition of the Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission has outstanding articles from experienced and qualified intercultural mission practitioners: John Root; Jessie Tang; Francis Omondi; Peter Oyugi; Jem Hovil and Naomi Hill.

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