If you work in journalism, communications, content production or PR, and you’re interested in religion and ethics, our annual Church & Media Conference is an essential part of your year.
We recently hosted our 2018 conference at St Mary’s Bryanston Square, looking at themes of change and minority voices.
We had a packed and fascinating schedule for the day including topical debates, fascinating keynotes and practical, professional breakout sessions.
OUR 2018 SPEAKERS
June Sarpong MBE | Broadcaster and author
Kate Bottley | Journalist, media presenter, and Church of England priest
Paul Kerensa | Comedian and writer
Julie Etchingham | Newsreader and journalist, ITV
Mark Friend | Strategy and Digital Director, BBC Radio
James Poulter | Head of Emerging Platforms LEGO
Susie Attwood | Filmmaker
Mukul Devichand | Executive Editor Voice + AI, BBC
Mark Warburton | Producer Director at Songs of Praise
Bryony Taylor | Author and Church of England Priest
Lucy Denyer | Deputy Comment Editor, The Telegraph
Liz Oldfield | Director of Theos
Tobi Oredein | Journalist and fouder of Black Ballad UK
Adrian Harris | Head of Digital Church of England
Justin Brierley | Editor and Presenter, Premier Radio
Professor Tina Beattie | Writer and broadcaster
Liz Clutterbuck | Curate, blogger and researcher
Hussein Kesvani | Editor of MEL magazine and podcast producer
Mark Crosby | Director of Comms, Vineyard
Rev Sally Hitchiner | Anglican priest, broadcaster, writer and founder of Diverse Church