The Good Shepherd
gives his life
for the sheep.
BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE OF GIBRALTAR IN EUROPE
Bishop Robert is the chief pastor of the Diocese in Europe, and provides episcopal oversight to the Diocese. He was consecrated as the Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe in July 2014. He previously worked in parish ministry and theological education in Durham, England, and was educated in Cambridge and Durham.
He has published works on theological and psychological ideas of the self, St. Augustine, work and vocation, and most recently on responding to the Professional Guidelines for the Conduct of the Clergy. He and his wife Helen live in Brussels. They have four children – two are married and based in England, and two are students in Scotland. For more please click here.
Fr David comes from Ottawa Canada. After study and working as a chemical engineer he returned to study Divinity at Wycliffe College in Toronto graduating in 1995. He has served as a parish priest in the far north of Quebec, as an Archdeacon in Saskatchewan, then as a parish priest in Nova Scotia, Palermo Sicily, and most recently in Utrecht.
He has a keen interest in the spiritual ascent as described by the Church Fathers East and West and the mystical writers and is working on a book about it. He values the contemplative life fused with the active. Fr David is married to Daniëlle and they are expecting their first child in September.
Fr David's position is part-time. He can be reached on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at:
06 124 104 31
You may call anytime if it is a pastoral emergency.
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We will be looking to develop a small leadership team from the congregation within the first year of our founding. Its purpose will be to pray and to help guide the church's development until it becomes, God willing, an independent chaplaincy.
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