[Anglican Mainstream] 13 Feb 2009--A minister from a black majority church in London told members of the Church of England’s governing body, the General Synod, that many Christians appear to see community cohesion as more important that evangelisation.
She warned that Christians must not "walk on eggshells" at a time when followers of other religions are "unrelentingly" spreading their message to the public, and said that everyone should be seen as a potential convert.
The Rev Nezlin Sterling [image: Institute of Theology and Christian Counselling], general secretary of the New Testament Assembly who is an ecumenical representative of the Synod, made her passionate comments during a debate on "the uniqueness of Christ in multi-faith Britain".
She said: "We cannot allow ourselves to be marginalised. This process of marginalisation of Christianity seems to be moving at a rapid rate in our country.