Looking for help with resourcing church leaders?
Seeking support in your ministry?
Wanting to build a stronger ministry team?
Needing an external facilitator for your group?
Planning to train up a group of trainers?
If so, then Alastair may be the right person to work with you.
Alastair designs and leads adult learning and training along with providing a range of consultancy services to church ministers and lay leaders. He is also serving a half-time curacy in the Church of England at St Martin-in-the-Fields, following ordination in July 2015.
Alastair spent 20 years developing and leading Bridge Builders, handing over leadership in March 2015. Prior to that he worked as a civil servant in the Department of the Environment, in Westminster. He started out his career as a secondary school teacher in West Yorkshire.
Alastair has a Doctor of Ministry degree from the University of Wales and an MA in Conflict Transformation from Eastern Mennonite University. He is married to Sue, and they have two adult children. Alastair enjoys playing tennis, following football, reading and travelling with Sue.
Adult learning and training
Alastair designs and leads workshops for adult learners to help people transform conflict and work more effectively together. He also advises on the strategic resourcing of leaders.
Team-building and facilitation
Alastair leads team-building workshops for ministry teams, to enable people to understand one another better, and so they can work better together as a team.