This page contains details for the main College members involved in the Chapel. If you have a query and aren't sure who to contact, please use the details at the bottom of this page and your message will be directed to the right person.
I joined the College in Easter Term 2019, having previously taught in a theological college, worked as a vicar and as a children's minister, and on a research project on theology and the arts. I enjoy writing hymns, painting, experimental vegan cooking, walking, feeding the ducks, and spending time with my family. I want the Chapel to feel like a safe space for everyone - a place where you can come as you are, knowing that you are accepted. I'd like it to feel safe enough for us to ask courageous questions together about what it means to live well in a complex world, and to nurture the kind of community that enables us to flourish as human beings. As Chaplain, I am here for you, no matter what you believe (or don't believe) - as part of the welfare team I am here to listen, to support, and to encourage you, and to help you find the support you need, when you need it. I am also a tutor, and I'm involved with the College's work on sustainabiltiy and equality, diversity and inclusion.
|Director of Music
|Ordinands on attachment
|Pete Clark (Ridley Hall)
Daniel Krawczyk (Westcott House)
If you would be interested in serving as a chapel clerk this year (in return for a small honorarium), please get in touch with Ally.
The Chaplain is assisted by a team of chapel wardens, who help with setting up for services and welcoming people to the chapel. If you are interested in joining the team, please do join the Chapel Wardens Facebook Group to find out more and be kept informed about what's happening.