Alastair designs and leads adult learning and training, and provides coaching and consultancy services to churches and their leaders. He founded the charity Reconciliation Initiatives, which delivers a development programme for Anglican leaders. He is the author of Bridgebuilding published by Canterbury Press in June 2019.
Alastair is a priest in the Church of England. He served a curacy at St Martin-in-the-Fields, following ordination in July 2015, and is licensed as an associate priest at Malvern Link with Cowleigh parish. Previously he spent 20 years developing and leading Bridge Builders, until his ordination. He has worked as a civil servant and a secondary school teacher.
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, walking, reading, and travelling with Sue. He is also an amateur potter.
Adult learning and training
Alastair designs and leads workshops for adult learners to help people transform conflict and work more effectively together. He also co-facilitates the Being White programme.
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.
Alastair provides work consultancy and coaching for individual ministers, and also for ministry teams, to enable leaders to function sustainably and at their best.