Paul Weston to preach at Caldecote

We are delighted to welcome guest preacher Revd Dr Paul Weston to Caldecote this Sunday (2nd July) to lead our service. Do join us!

Our service starts at 11am, and the church will be full of imaginative flower arrangements and photography taking inspiration from nature – themes include ‘by the river’, ‘the cottage garden’ and ‘butterfly paradise’ and, appropriately enough given our visiting preacher is also a keen mountaineer, ‘in the mountains’.

Paul Weston has an MPhil in New Testament studies and gained his PhD from King’s College London on Lesslie Newbigin’s missionary engagement with Western culture. He has been a theological educator for over 25 years.

When not teaching, Paul is a serious mountaineer (specialising in mixed-rock, snow and ice climbing in the Alps). He is also an enthusiastic landscape photographer (mountains especially), and loves most kinds of music (particularly classical and jazz). He also loves to travel and is something of an aficionado of contemporary ‘Nordic Noir’.

Married to Ginny, he has two grown-up children, and possesses a sense of humour that is generally considered on the dry side.

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