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Revd Dr Emma Percy, Chaplain and Welfare Dean, Trinity College Oxford
Emma researches, writes and speaks about theology and mothering, Anglican ministry and the theology of care. She is a committee member of WATCH (Women and the Church) and sits on a National Research Ethics committee as a lay member.
Dr Clare Watkins, Lecturer in Ministerial Theology, University of Roehampton
Clare teaches and researches in the areas of ecclesiology, sacramental theology and practical theology. She has a particular concern for working theologically in ways that contribute to ministerial formation and church life and mission.
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Archbishop of Canterbury supports Modem’s work
“The work you do in bringing together perspectives on leadership and ethics from church and commerce is immensely valuable and I am grateful to you for developing these channels of communciation.”
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd & Rt Hon. Justin Welby sent MODEM a letter of “warmest good wishes” for its 20th anniversary conference in 2013. He challenged MODEM to continue its work with a reflection on “the love of Christ urges us on…” from 2 Corinthians.
You can read the full letter in a special conference issue of MODEM Matters.