Frances Sleap



After spending a year living and working with adults with learning disabilities in an ecumenical L'Arche community in France, Frances studied Philosophy and Theology at Oxford University. Her BA was focused on Christian Theology but she became increasingly interested in understanding other religions and in the relationships between different faiths and faith communities. She went on to a Masters degree in the Study of Religions at Oxford, opting for papers on Islam and Judaism. After finishing the degree in October 2009 she started volunteering at St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. Frances worked in Dialogue Society between 2010 and 2014 as a project coordinator. Her interests include poetry and playing the classical guitar.


Dialogue and distrust: on the predicament of Gulen-inspired organisations in the UK

Dialogue can be hard work. It is an indisputably good idea for there to be meaningful contact between people of different religious, ideological and...   Read More

Gülen on Dialogue

This publication is about the thought and practice espoused and practised by Fethullah Gülen and the Hizmet movement. Fethullah Gülen is one of the...   Read More

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