Webteam: January 2019
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Here are the details of the Manchester & Stockport Districe contact;
Simon Sutcliffe is new to the team and acts as the point of contact for Manchester & Stockport District, and leads on Theological literacy, Vocational exploration and supports Continual Development in Ministry. Email or telephone 07799902578. This is what he says about himself: I am a Methodist minister ordained at the 2005 Conference. I've served two Circuit appointments in the Chester and Stoke-on-Trent District until 2010 when I became one of the first Venture FX pioneers. Since 2011 I have also worked as part time tutor for evangelism and church growth (later tutor for evangelism and pioneering ministries) at Queen's Foundation, Birmingham. I have also been part of the Pioneer Pathways design team. I'm passionate about belonging to a learning church that can think theologically about the interface between church and world. I'm excited to be a member of the Learning Network team helping local churches engage more fruitfully with our theological tradition and their contexts. My spare time is mostly taken up by a large family, but every so often I get to escape to the mountains with a tent for a few nights or kayak down a river; and once a season I make a pilgrimage back home to watch Bradford City (lose).
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