Our fellows

Meet the members of St Augustine’s College of Theology learning fellowship.

St Augustine’s would not be able to provide the calibre of learning and formation that we do without our community of fellows.

From our trail-blazing ambassadorial honorary fellows to our invaluable PhD and postgraduate researchers, the college is grateful for the support, advocacy and spiritual leadership offered by this special and diverse group of people.

Honorary fellows

Honorary fellows act as ambassadors for theological education. They speak up and advocate in any networks that might influence the attitudes and opinions of laity and clergy.

Through their vital work, our honorary fellows promote the ways in which theological education builds up the Church, ensuring it can engage persuasively in local and national culture.

Karowei Dorgu, Honorary Fellow

Honorary Fellow

Chris Irvine, Honorary Teaching Fellow in Sacramental Theology & Theology and the Arts

Honorary Teaching Fellow

Sarah Mullally, Honorary Fellow

Honorary Fellow

Tom Tugendhat, Honorary Fellow

Honorary Fellow

Research fellows and PhD students

Our rich community of researchers and PhD students make an important contribution to St Augustine’s through their expertise and ongoing learning, in both doctoral and postdoctoral capacities.

Charlie Bell
Research Fellow – Sacramental Theology, Ecclesiology, Medical Science and Theology

Laura Biron Scott
Research Fellow – Environmental Theology

Russell Dewhurst
Research Fellow – Canon Law

Buki Fatona
Research Fellow – Theology & Science

Clare Herbert
Research Fellow – Pastoral Care, Practical Theology

John Huggins
PhD Student

Harriet Johnson
Research Fellow – Historical Theology

Christopher Noble
Research Fellow – Addiction and Pastoral Care

Jon J. Marlow
Research Fellow – Art and Worship, Practical Theology

Claire Williams
Research Fellow

Jeremy Worthen
Research Fellow – Ecumenism, Ecclesiology, Psalms