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Reverend Bonnie Evans-Hills

Revd. Bonnie Evans-Hills
Nationality: 
United Kingdom
Gender: 
Female

Location of Activities

Country: 
UK
Regions: 
North Europe
Organization(s): 
Executive Committee Member, World Congress of Faiths

Scottish Episcopal Church Inter Faith Relations Committee and Priest in Charge

Churches Together in Britain & Ireland Inter Faith Theological Advisory Group

Bonnie received her MA in pastoral theology from Heythrop College, University of London. Earlier she took part in a theological exchange at al-Azhar University in Cairo for the Anglican Communion’s al-Azhar Dialogue. Bonnie currently holds office on the Executive Committee of the  World Congress of Faiths and is priest in charge of a church in the Scottish Episcopal Church, where she is also a member of the province’s Inter Faith Relations Committee. She also serves on the Churches Together in Britain & Ireland Inter-Faith Theological Advisory Group.  Bonnie has considerable experience in inter-religious dialogue, focusing in particular on dialogue with Shi’a Islam following a period of study in Qum, Iran. She has worked on occasion with the World Council of Churches in Geneva, and more recently the United Nations strategy for ending incitement to genocide.

Main Publications: 

Evans-Hills, Bonnie, and Michael Rusk. 2015. Engaging Islam from a Christian Perspective. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc. http://public.eblib.com/choice/publicfullrecord.aspx?p=2064237.

Moral & Spiritual Dilemmas in Challenging Times CCJ-Cumberland Lodge, contributor, 2018

SPCK Study of Ministry Handbook, chapter ‘Ministry in Other Faith Traditions’, 2019

Crucible – the journal of Christian Social Ethics, article ‘Those who wipe away the tears’; Autumn

2017

Acting in God’s Love: Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World a study guide published by CTBI, 2017

Editor of an upcoming publication #HerFaithMatters for CTBI, a poignant compilation of women’s stories of grassroots engagement.

 

Areas of Actions: 
Freedom of Religion or BeliefInterreligious Dialogue
Forms of Actions: 
Capacity Building and EmpowermentAdvocacyNetworking