Our Reconcilers (3)
Last but not least, the final group of seven reconcilers on our Journey of Hope pilgrimage.
Member of the Eustace Street Meeting of Friends
Oana is a Romanian migrant woman, a poet, a Quaker and a doctoral student with a love of wild swimming and a deep commitment to social justice.
Recent Curate at St Peter's Hall Green
Jessica has recently finished a curacy in Hall Green, an area of Birmingham which has changed demographically over the last 20 years. She leads an interfaith women’s leadership course, teaches interfaith engagement at the Queen’s Foundation and seeks to support and export peace initiatives from Israel-Palestine.
Presbyter at the Wolverhampton Methodist Church
Chris is from Wolverhampton in the West Midlands, where he is a Methodist minister. He is passionate about building community with ties running deeper than toleration, fuelled by a trinitarian theology of the divine dance in which we are all invited to improvise!
Chaplain at RAF Honington
Serving as an RAF Chaplain, Adrian is interested in exploring peacemaking within a military context.
Pioneer Minister at St Osmund's, Derby
Cath is an ordained Pioneer minister in the Church of England, and a drama therapist based in a community in Derby.
Team Rector of a Local Ecumenical Partnership
Haydon is an Anglican Team Rector of an LEP in Northampton.
Assistant to Ministers-in-Charge in Mountpottinger and Moira
Paul comes from East Belfast in Northern Ireland. He currently lives in Ballymena in County Antrim, and finds himself serving God in the context of the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland (NSPCI). He completed ministry training at Westminster College in Cambridge and became a licentiate in 2017. Since March 2018 his role has been assisting the Clerk of the General Synod of NSPCI, and assisting the Minsters-in-charge in two NSPCI congregations (Mountpottinger and Moira).