Workshop on Biblical Exposition
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH IN MOUNT PLEASANT, SOUTH CAROLINA
MAY 10-12, 2017
Simon Manchester is the senior pastor at St Thomas’ Anglican Church in North Sydney, where he began in December 1989. He was a teacher before studying at Moore Theological College and trained in southern Sydney then central London. In North Sydney he has worked with ministry to business people, students and families — and for seven seasons was chaplain to a local Rugby League football team. He has been privileged to speak at various conventions in Australia and overseas — including Katoomba conventions, Keswick in England, the London EMA and Men’s Conventions. The sermons he preaches at St Thomas’ are heard on Sydney radio each week.

Simon Manchester

  LOCATION
St. Andrew's Church
440 Whilden Street
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
www.wearestandrews.com

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Robert S. Kinney serves as the Director of Ministries for the Charles Simeon Trust. Robert earned a BA in Early Christian Literature at the University of Chicago, an MS in Communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a PhD in New Testament at the University of Bristol. His dissertation was published in the WUNT II series by Mohr Siebeck as Hellenistic Dimensions of the Gospel of Matthew. He served as a pastoral intern at Holy Trinity Church in Chicago for six years and as the University Minister in the Hyde Park congregation for two years. He is ordained in the PEAR and is licensed in the Church of England, presently serving at Christ Church in Vienna, Austria.

Robert Kinney

Rob Sturdy is Associate Pastor at St. Andrew's Church and Director of the Ridley Institute in Charleston, South Carolina. A graduate of the Citadel, Rob did his theological training at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and then moved back to the US to serve as Rector of Trinity Church in Myrtle Beach. He's also earned a ThM from Reformed Theological Seminary and is currently working on a PhD in historical theology from the Evangelical Theological Faculty in Leuven, Belgium.

Rob Sturdy