One of recent graduates, Anthea Mitchell, is on the front cover of the Church Times this week. We are very proud! Congratulations Anthea.

AN ASSISTANT curate in Maidstone, the Revd Anthea Mitchell, has none of the usual problems starting conversations about faith. “I have a hundred times deeper conversations about faith with scissors in my hand than in church.”

Ms Mitchell is a full-time hairdresser. “Since I wear my dog collar in the salon, it’s easy to get into conversation. People are fascinated how my faith and life fit together. I tell them I’m not a hairdresser one day, and a curate the next. I’m both at the same time. It’s such a myth that people are not interested in faith.”

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