“development of pastor-theologians whose academic study and learning will serve the church’s discipleship and mission”
The Chalmers Fellowship Programme seeks to help the development of pastor-theologians whose academic study and learning will serve the church’s discipleship and mission. Chalmers Institute has been able to establish a Fellowship Fund to support through their doctoral studies British students who have a vision and calling to serve the church as pastor-theologians. Applications for consideration for a Chalmers Fellowship should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Though we are only able to support British students financially, we also welcome applications from non-UK PhD students who wish to participate in the Chalmers Fellowship Programme.
Questions around Christian education and theological form the core of his doctoral studies at Highland Theological College.
Jonathan is married to Susie, and they have two sons, Charlie (9) and Angus (6).
Dave Redfern has spent the past 4 years working for the Chalmers Institute in St Andrews. Previous to that he spent 3 years studying for a MA in Theological Studies at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada. Dave and his wife Michelle were involved in student discipleship ministry with the Navigators in Edinburgh between 2007 to 2012. Dave also spent 3 years working as a youth and children’s worker at St Stephen’s Comely Bank Church.
Dave is now in his first year of a PhD in theology with the University of Aberdeen. He is studying the 17th century Puritan John Owen.
Dave & Michelle have 3 children; Lucy, aged 4, James aged 2 and one more on the way due in February!
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