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	The Reverend Simon Reed Profile

Simon was appointed as Priest-in-Charge of the Parish in February 1996, having completed an extended curacy in a large town parish in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. In December 2001, he was installed as Vicar by the Bishop of Willesden, the Rt Rev Pete Broadbent.

Simon grew up in Kent, worked briefly for British Telecom, then read English at Trinity College, Oxford. From 1986-1988 he worked as a lay assistant in the inner city parish of Christ Church, Birkenhead, in Merseyside, with particular involvement in youth work and outreach. He then returned to Oxford to train for the Anglican ministry at Wycliffe Hall. He is married to Alison, who teaches Reception at a local church school, and they have a teenage son, Matt. Simon is an active football supporter, loyally following Tranmere Rovers since his days in Merseyside. His favourite pastimes, when opportunity permits, are hill-walking and rock climbing. He is a member of the Christian Rock and Mountain Club (www.crmc.org.uk) and organises their annual Scottish winter mountaineering week.

In addition to developing and implementing the vision of the parish, Simon has pursued academic interests in New Testament Studies and in 2005 was awarded an M Phil by King’s College London for his work on the Gospel accounts of the trial of Jesus. He is involved in Reader Training and teaching local New Testament courses and also writes regularly for Scripture Union’s Closer to God Bible reading notes (www.closertogod.org.uk).

Simon draws particular inspiration from Celtic spirituality and is Deputy Guardian of the international Community of Aidan and Hilda (www.aidanandhilda.org) whose vision is to cradle a Christian spirituality for today which renews the church and brings healing to fragmented people and communities. Simon is currently seeking to bring insights from “the new monasticism” into the local church.

 

Rev'd Simon Reed Profile