Our Chair - Peter Price
A former Bishop of Bath and Wells (2001-2013) and chair of the Anglican Pastoral Visitors Programme (2009-2013), Peter was chair of the peacebuilding NGO Conciliation Resources (2013-2018); and is the author of various books including Things that Make for Peace: A Christian Peacemaker in a World of War (DLT, 2018). Peter has a life-long commitment to peacemaking and is delighted at the prospect of better resourcing Anglican churches as agents for reconciliation.
Ade is Vicar of All Saints, Goodmayes and the Bishop’s Equality Adviser in the Diocese of Chelmsford. She also sits on the Social Entitlement Tribunal and is a trustee of St Mellitus College. Having previously worked as a solicitor both in private practice and for the Government, she has extensive experience in the areas of equality, human rights and social justice, and is looking forward to bringing this to issues of reconciliation facing Anglican churches.
Iain is a partner with BDO, an accountancy and business advisory firm, who leads BDO’s International Projects Group focusing on delivering change in emerging markets and implementing transformation projects related to governance and economic growth. He is pleased by the prospect of better equipping Christians for handling conflict, and of doing so from a strong Biblical base and vision.
Karen is an independent consultant with extensive professional experience in learning and development, and in organisational development. She was the Archbishops’ Adviser on Bishops’ Ministry for six years at Lambeth Palace. Karen is looking forward to the prospect of forming small teams of Anglicans who can inspire Christians to take action for peace in their localities.
Mark is chair of the UK and Ireland board of the Community of the Cross of Nails and a mentor to Coventry Cathedral's reconciliation team. Mark is also CEO of the Friends of Ibba Girls' School, and a trustee of the Hereford Diocesan Boards of Finance and Education. Mark is looking forward to the prospect of developing an active learning programme as part of Coventry Cathedral’s wider ministry, and to the potential synergies with the Community of the Cross of Nails.
Sarah is Vicar of Holy Island in the Diocese of Newcastle, since January 2019, and was previously Canon for Reconciliation at Coventry Cathedral (2014-2018). She brings wide experience of the Anglican Communion and of reconciliation ministries. Sarah is energised by the vision of equipping Anglicans as peacemakers in the world, and to seeing more Anglicans committed to reconciliation.
Teresa is the Director of Policy and Learning at Conciliation Resources, and leads their work on thematic policy engagement, internal learning and strategy. Teresa is enthusiastic about the prospect of APIs taking root on each continent and the opportunity to bring her experience to bear in learning and participation.
Tricia is the Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons, and was previously Canon Pastor of St Paul’s Cathedral, London. With a background in youth/community work, and social work, Tricia is exercised by the ways in which families and communities might address their divisions humanely. She believes that, in the Church, we are called to learn to deal with our own conflicts well, and with humility to share in the reconciling work of God in the world.