2010 student intake
Andrea Campanale has been pioneering amongst spiritual seekers for 15 years having started doing outreach at Kingston Green Fair and then creating Sacred Space Kingston, a missional project and fresh expression of church in 2012 “imaginatively exploring spirituality”. More recently Andrea has led the Dekhomai team at the Mind, Body, Spirit Festival in Olympia and regularly trains people around the country to do mission in similar environments. She has worked with the Faith Advisor at Kingston University and was on the chaplaincy team at the YMCA London South West and, more recently, is a regular at the Surrey Steam Punk Convivial. In addition, Andrea runs the Pioneer Ministry Certificate for Cliff College and is employed by CMS to teach, support and network pioneers through an expanding number of hubs and the Starfish Network. She has written on reframing the gospel around the issue of shame in the book ‘The Pioneer Gift’ and mission as dialogue in ‘Missional Conversations’. She has edited a couple of issues of the missional journal, Anvil, one on mission to the spiritual but not religious and another on pioneering on estates and new housing developments.
Karlie and her husband Kev got challenged and stirred up about mission a few years back when they did Resource. Based in Eastbourne they are working out how to love where love is not and exploring what a mission community might look like.
Erika’s faith is infectious. She has been selected for training as an Ordained Pioneer Minister in the Church of England and is part of a fairly young church plant in Bicester, Heyford Chapel.
Matt’s background is in youth ministry where he has done all sorts of creative things. But he is now exploring something – pioneering a mission community among young adults.
An artist and contemplative pioneering in a parish setting in Oxford with a passion for non verbal communication and those at the edges.
Ann-Marie has a passion for helping end female genital mutilation (FGM) across Africa. She is a CMS mission partner. She founded the charity 28 Too Many.
Andy moved from a large church where he was leading worship to get involved in a new network church in West Bromwich. In September he was appointed to be the pioneer minister there and the course seemed the perfect fit for training while doing it.
Website: West Bromwich Network Church
Rich has a dream to plant a church in Exeter in 2012. This vision has steadily grown over the last few years. He is currently part of City Life Church in Luton which is itself only around 4 years old. He is on the course to prepare and plan for this adventure.