About


I was born in Oxford while my father was doing his vicar training at Wycliffe Hall – where I also did my own vicar training, twenty-three years later!   As I grew up in a Christian family, God has always been quite naturally at the centre of my life.   But when I was 10 I made the decision for myself and gave my heart to Jesus (after reading Patricia St. John’s Treasures of the Snow).

At the age of 14 I felt a call to ordained ministry.   It wasn’t what I wanted to do (I rather fancied working for a big bank), and the path has not been a smooth one, but I am now working as vicar of Amington (Staffordshire).   I have also worked as a parish assistant, an accounts assistant, a software developer and most recently Chief Technology Officer for a local IT firm.

I love to see people come to know and love Jesus, and to help those who do to grow as whole-hearted disciples.  I play my piano whenever I can, and try to find time to read, in between cooking dinner for my wife Jess and pretending to know how to fix people’s computers.

Work Details

My work website has more information about my work, including links to my social media accounts, series I have written for Scripture Union’s Daily Bread, and my translation of the Lord’s Prayer.