Meet the Principal

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Alan Gregory has been Principal of St Augustine’s College of Theology since 2014. We asked him to talk about himself, his role and what he thinks St Augustine’s College of Theology offers our students. A bit about me Among contemporary clergy, including those who’ve recently graduated from St Augustine’s, I am statistically unusual in that, since I was ordained at 23, I’ve never had a ‘real’ job outside the Church. I’ve always been involved in some way in the business of theological education, whether I was working in a parish, studying for a Ph.D, or…

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Meet the tutor: Suzy

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Suzy Gregory is a member of the St Augustine’s teaching staff, providing tuition in writing, singing, and voice. We asked her to tell us a little about herself and what her role at St Augustine’s College of Theology offers to our students. My role at St Augustine’s is to give help and support to students, both in the Ordained Ministry and the Theology for Disciples programs, in the areas of writing, singing, and public speaking. Tuition in writing takes up most of my time but singing and voice production is also important. Speaking clearly, projecting…

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Meet the Tutor: Guido

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Guido de Graaff is a senior member of the St Augustine’s teaching staff, teaching Doctrine and Ethics as well as being Director of Studies. We asked him to talk about himself, his role and what he thinks St Augustine’s College of Theology offers our students. A bit about me My theological studies began in a very different church context, in the Netherlands, but what was similar was the sense that learning was always focussed on church life and ministry. After studying Theology at college, instead of going down the route of becoming a priest or…

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Meet the tutor: Natasha

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Natasha Natasha Klukach joined the St Augustine’s teaching staff in 2020. We asked her to tell us a little about herself and what teaching at St Augustine’s College of Theology means to her. A bit about me I’m Canadian and British, my mum having emigrated to Canada, and my Dad being Ukrainian and Belarusian, so you could say that diversity is part of my identity. The bringing together of different cultures and denominations is really important to me. After university in Toronto and Kingston (Ontario), I worked at the National Office of the Anglican Council…

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