reconcilers Together

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  • Rebecca Brierley

Our Reconcilers (2)

Updated: Feb 7, 2019

Introducing more of the reconcilers who are joining us on our Journey of Hope!



Phil Guthrie

Developing a Reconciliation Ministry at King's Cross Church

Phil is a mediator, circular economy collaborator, building designer, creative and follower of Christ. He strives to be a peacemaker and reconciler to himself and the communities in which he lives, belongs, interacts and serves.


Lucie Lunn

Priest in Charge of the Churches of Low Furness

As a vicar of five parishes in rural Cumbria, Lucie has a special passion for bringing people together across geographical and social barriers.


Joshua Askwith

Curate in the Parish of Neston

Josh is currently a curate within the Parish of Neston, in the diocese of Chester. He is passionate about seeing communities flourish wherever they are. This has led him to hope for Christ-like communities where all people can flourish and belong.


Jo Calladine

Chaplain at HMP Manchester

Jo is from Wigan and works at HMP Manchester as the Church of England Chaplain. She hopes she can take some of the lessons she will learn on Journey of Hope and find a way to apply them in prison - a place very much in need of more peace.


David Gould

Vicar of Holy Trinity, Smethwick

David is vicar of Holy Trinity Smethwick, West Midlands, and Convenor of the Faithful Friends Interfaith Initiative.


Gareth Jones

Senior Church Leader at Christchurch, Wrexham

Gareth is a passionate follower of Jesus seeking to express that as husband, father, son, sibling, friend, church-leader and kingdom activist in community. He has a deep passion to enable and facilitate real and long term peace and reconciliation alongside the immediate impact of social action.


Audrey Wilson

National General Secretary of the Young Women's Christian Association, Dublin

Audrey is the National General Secretary of the YWCA Ireland. She has experience of peacebuilding and reconciliation efforts in Ireland and internationally, with a particular interest in the area of gender in conflict and peacebuilding.