Canon Peter Challen used to organise an annual economic forum for the Economical South London Industrial Mission before he retired - where I promoted LETS and discovered credit unions.
Thanks to Richard Kay on the net, I discovered Canadian John Turmel, Pauline Morrissette and the Christian Council for Monetary Justice [CCMJ] in Crewe and vowed 'to make something happen in London'. At that time, I was involved with the Global Internet Cafe near Piccadilly and organised a weekly 'money meeting' on Wednesdays because that was the only day that music teacher George Stephen could attend regularly.
Peter came to one such meeting and continues the tradition at Friends Meeting House beyond the closure of the Global Cafe.
John Courtneidge also came one fine Wednesday, and at the first Bromsgrove meeting, we co-founded the Campaign for Interest-Free Money.
After Lord Sudeley attended one Wednesday meeting, the Forum for Stable Currencies was initiated at the House of Lords, where Peter applies his continuously improving computer skills to manage the growing list of email addresses as well as related activities.
Peter became the Chairman of the CCMJ and now writes:
springs from 6 years of dialogue at the Global Open Table, our weekly companion
to the Forum for Stable Currencies. You are invited to examine it; aware
that it is still under adjustment as the early comment and participation flows.