I’m currently living and working in London, undergoing ‘pupillage’ – the final stage in the long process of becoming a barrister (yes, it is as antiquated as it sounds).
The journey so far has taken me from the East Anglian seaside town in which I was born, towards the Fens for university and across the Atlantic to the Deep South. I love brunch, the music of New Orleans and a good political discussion. I’m passionate about seeing justice done.
My faith has been part of me for as long as I can remember, and I’ve clung to it through the various stages of my life so far. I continue to explore and develop that faith; what it looks like in, and means to, my life today.
I’m an architectural designer, a novice Londoner and an incurable gatherer of useless information.
I was born raised and baptised in a middle-of-nowhere Norfolk village, stumbled through churches at university with a quiet Anglican faith that got deeper and louder at a church of over sixty nations in China. I moved back to the UK three years ago and now attend a central London church with more guitars than organs. I have not got quieter.
I have been walking through the peaks and troughs of faith since I was tiny, and fully expect to be exploring, questioning and discovering more of God for the rest of my life. I would be honoured if you would join me on the journey.
I’m known for drinking too much coffee and staying up too late. I love London, galleries, plain page notebooks, parmesan cheese and the sea. Not necessarily in that order.
I didn’t grow up being taught the ways of faith, and chose to become a Christian in my teens. I was won by grace then, and continue to be won by grace now.
I work as a social worker, specifically with children and their families. I believe in the power of community and like to feed people into friendship. Come to the table.