The Revd Mark Poulson is the Secretary for Inter-Religious Affairs to the Archbishop of Canterbury and National Inter-Religious Affairs Adviser for the Church of England. His work involves advising the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Church of England in relating to the great world faiths nationally and internationally as well as at a local parish level. He has also been involved nationally in the Church of England’s Presence and Engagement Programme as a long-standing member of its Task Group, and sits on the Board of the Church’s successful partnership with Government, the Near Neighbours Project.
Mark was previously as Vicar of St John’s Church, Southall, an extraordinarily diverse area of West London with flourishing relationships across different faiths and communities.
This lecture is at Christ Church East Sheen.