Very short biography: born in 1975, in East Yorkshire, was blessed in being able to study both music and theology at Cambridge (not least because that’s where I met my husband!), worked in a ‘proper job’ for a while before realising that I was supposed to be a priest. I was ordained in the Church of England in 2003 and until 2014 I was vicar of two parishes in the Diocese of Ely. I then spent a year in the USA, during which I worked voluntarily as a children’s minister in the Episcopal Church, then returned to Cambridge to become a Tutor at Westcott House, where I’m now Director of Pastoral Studies.
I like to write – sermons, blog posts, hymns, resources, booklets, songs, poems…. Some of the stuff on this site is work-related (ie sermons) and some is just me. In my spare time I love to sing jazz, paint, and draw in pen and ink. Occasionally I write short stories and publish them online, but using a secret identity! I like marmite and sci-fi, soft blankets and warm houses on cold nights, and very dark chocolate. Most of all I love my husband, Sam, and two children, who have helped me to keep becoming what I’m meant to be.