Tim Wyatt

Tim Wyatt is a freelance journalist specialising in religion and social affairs. His news reports, analysis and features have been published by The Guardian, The Times, The Economist, The Sunday Telegraph, The Independent and the BBC, among others. He previously worked for four years as a news reporter and digital editor of the Church Times, the UK’s leading newspaper covering religion.

Written Content

Factsheet: The Church of England

The Church of England is England’s national “established” Christian denomination. It split from the Catholic Church in the 16th century and today, despite decades of decline, its parishes still cover every inch of England and its institutions remain deeply embedded in national life

Factsheet: Druids

Druidry is a contemporary movement which takes inspiration from the beliefs and practices of the religious leaders in Iron Age European society, known as druids. Modern druidry began in the 18th century during a revival of interest in ancient druids, of which almost nothing is actually known with any historical certainty

Factsheet: Buddhism

Buddhism is followed by approximately 535 million people worldwide and is variously described as a religion, philosophy, code of ethics, path of practice and spiritual development and/or a way of life