This is a discussion area for Rebuilding Bridges. You will need to register to comment on this website. If you need help with this, see the opening post in the FAQ forum below.

Once you have secured your login, you will be able to voice your views on Lord Carlile’s independent review. A download link for the original document will be found at the top of the relevant forum section below. It links to the official download on the Church of England website and was tested at the time of writing.

Any racist, sexist or other off-topic views considered inappropriate by the moderators or other users will be taken down and the login will be suspended. Users will be allowed to one web link per post, but spam will not be tolerated: spamming logins will be terminated on sight.

You need to log in to create posts and topics.

Registering for this site

When you first see this page, a yellow patch will appear with a message to say that you will need to register to log in. Click the "Login" button in the blue bar above this text or click on the image of a door at the foot of the page. Either link will take you to the login screen for theĀ  Rebuilding Bridges website.

Below the login box, on the LH side, is the word "Register" : click this and fill in your preferred user name (if it has already been registered, you'll have think up another, unique one).

The other piece of information you will be asked for is your email address. The website will then send you an email automatically from "wordpress@rebuildingbridges" -- this email will contain a secure link that you can use to set a password for your Rebuilding Bridges login.

Some email software may banish this automated email to the spam box, so please check before re-doing the registration. If you don't complete the registration, the WordPress system will require another (unique) email address and a different (unique) username for every attempted registration.

Once you are logged in for the first time, it is a good idea to edit your profile, entering your real first and second names and choose a public identity for your forum posts. For instance Fred Flintstone might prefer to use his stage name for his forum posts instead of his username of "caveman".

The point is that as long as they are unique, usernames can be as wacky as you like, because you can collect your sensible face on the other side of the login. Enjoy.