Ian Wakeling, Records, Archive and Data Protection ManagerFrom our Research team
Paul HepplestonFrom our Guest bloggers
Paul Heppleston is a musician and writer living in the Derbyshire Dales. He leads holidays with the travel organisation Journeying and has visited Bolivia on several occasions.
A London teacherFrom our Guest bloggers
This anonymous author has worked with young children in London for the past four years, and currently teaches at a primary school in an area with high levels of deprivation.
Lorna Jacques, Senior Project Worker at Greenwich Intergenerational Community Cohesion Project and Young VoicesFrom our Programme staff
Lorna is a Senior Project Worker for two projects, Greenwich Intergenerational Community Cohesion Project and Young Voices.
Tim Holmes, Regional Fundraising Development ManagerFrom our Fundraising and events team
As an Regional Fundraising Development Manager in our regional fundraising team, Tim is responsible for organising Christingle and other appeals.
Kate Tuckett, Communications ManagerFrom our Church team
Kate worked to resource church congregations and individuals, helping them to respond to issues affecting vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people. She left our organisation in 2013.
The Right Revd Paul Butler, Bishop of Southwell and NottinghamFrom our Guest bloggers
Advocate for Children amongst Bishops. Chair of Safeguarding for C of E. President of Scripture Union. Writer. Speaker. Regular visitor to Burundi & Rwanda. Married. Dad to 4 adult children. Longing for good childhoods across the world.
Rev Dr Giles Fraser, Parish priest, Guardian columnist and popular broadcasterFrom our Guest bloggers
Giles Fraser is priest-in-charge at St Mary's Newington in south London and the former canon chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral. He writes the column Loose Canon for the Guardian.
Rev Cham Kaur-Mann, Baptist ministerFrom our Guest bloggers
Cham is senior pastor of The Regeneration Centre, an innovative local church plant based on Cell Church principles in Birmingham and at present the only Asian woman minister within The Baptist Union of Great Britain. She wants to encourage and promote women in ministry and particularly those exercising leadership roles within the church and wider society.
Dr Paula Gooder, Freelance writer and lecturer in Biblical StudiesFrom our Guest bloggers
Paula is Canon Theologian of Birmingham and Guildford Cathedrals, Lay Canon at Salisbury Cathedral, Visiting lecturer at King's College, London, Associate lecturer at St Mellitus College, London, and Theological Adviser to the Bible Society. She is a Reader in the Church of England and a member of General Synod.