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Julian Baggini is a philosopher and writer, who is also currently the editor of The Philosophers' Magazine, a publication he co-founded in 1997.
Neville Boundy began his priestly ministry in 1965 at St. Mary Redcliffe, before going on to become vicar of Southmead.
Originally trained as English teacher, Anne was ordained into the Church of England in 2006.
Dr Robert Heath
Dr Robert Heath has been practising Buddhism for 23 years and has given lectures on the the history of Buddhism.
Reverend Mat Ineson
Rev Mat is the priest-in-charge of St Matthew's Church in Kingsdown, Bristol.
Reverend Simon Jones
Reverend Simon Jones is vicar at St Michael's Church in Stoke Gifford, North Bristol.
Robert is a Catholic priest who holds various roles in the Bristol including Chaplain to the University of Bristol and assisting the Chaplaincy at Bristol Prison.
Eddy Knasel is a Quaker who attends Horfield Meeting House.
Tim Higgins is the City Canon of Bristol Cathedral, a role he has held since 2006.
Alan Mann is a Bristol-based writer, educator, consultant, and stay-at-home dad.
Wayne is the curate at Christ Church in Clifton, Bristol, and is involved in the running of The Alpha Course.
David Osborne has been a civil engineer, a school teacher in Somerset and in Nigeria, and is now an Anglican minister.
Nigel is a priest in the Church of England who works in a "workplace ministry" as a doctor, both in A&E at the BRI and in Dorothy House Hospice.
Mandy Stevens is a Methodist minister who currently works in Nailsea and Backwell and is part of the Gordano Valley Methodist Circuit.
Simon is currently the priest-in-charge of St Mary Redcliffe, one of Bristol's most beautiful churches.
Martin Turvey is leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) in the Bristol and Somerset area.
Father Gerry Walsh
Father Gerry is the parish priest for St Joseph's Catholic Church, Portishead.
Andy is retired from working in education and now devotes his energies to Buddhist activities.