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|Job Title|| Associate Tutor |
Worcester Diocesan Director of Reader Training
I have been ordained in the Church of England for 30 years, and spent most of those in Worcester Diocese. Throughout my ministry I have been involved in lay training courses, especially for Licensed Lay Ministry (Reader Ministry), and since 2004 have run our diocesan course. In 2013 we entered a partnership with Queens for this training.
I trained for ordination at St John’s Nottingham, learning how to swim as a catholic fish in an evangelical pond, and mostly enjoyed the experience. I have an interest in the New Testament, especially Paul, and also, particularly from a practical point of view, in Liturgy. I’m also very interested in issues of interpretation and communication, which blends well with my hobby of photography.
1998 M.Phil – New Testament University Of Birmingham 1984 Postgraduate Diploma In Theology University Of Nottingham 1981 B.A. (Hons) – English (MA 1991) University Of Cambridge
- Roles within Queen's
I teach on formational modules and the use of the Bible.
- External roles and responsibilities
I am Mission Development Officer for the Diocese of Worcester, with areas of work covering social responsibility, world mission partnerships and lay training.
- Research interests
Socio-cultural influence on the early development of Christian practice and doctrine.
Leading Common Worship Intercessions: A Simple Guide (London: CHP, 2009)