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About me

Gender Male
Industry Religion
Occupation Anglican Vicar
Location Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Introduction I was born in Liverpool in the UK, and was ordained, in 1981, in the Chester Diocese, where I subsequently worked as a Church of England curate. I was then the Ecumenical Chaplain and Tutor in Religious Studies at Bedford College in the south of England for 8 years. After this, I moved to the Aberdeen and Orkney Diocese of the Scottish Episcopal Church, where I was the Rector of two churches on Deeside and also involved in theological training in Scotland. Since September 2000, I have been Vicar of Christ Church here in Hong Kong. I am also a Lecturer in New Testament Studies at Ming Hua Theological College, the Anglican theological college in Hong Kong. I believe in trying to combine a pastoral and teaching ministry in a local church with a commitment to education and theological study, particularly in the area of New Testament Studies. In my ministry, I want to address how those of us from an orthodox theological position can engage creatively and honestly with the society in which we live.
Interests theology, food and drink, the world of the New Testament
Favorite Movies Schindler's List, Lord of the Rings, Brideshead Revisited
Favorite Music Bach, Tchaikovsky, Monteverdi
Favorite Books any Somerset Maugham or Dorothy Sayers, Elizabeth David's French Provincial Cooking, The Name of the Rose