Dr Lindsay Hall brings a fresh and down to earth perspective to our understanding of scripture in relation to how we live out our faith in our every day lives. She is passionate about the development of lay people and is an activist in Setting God’s People Free.
Lindsay is an Associate Tutor at The Queen’s Foundation in Birmingham and Director of Vocations for the Diocese of Lichfield. Before this she taught theology at Trinity College, Dublin, The Church of Ireland Theological College and King’s College, London.
Through these roles and her ministry Lindsay seeks to encourage the vocations of all of God’s people, individual and corporate. She has taught on a range of modules for Readers and Ordinands including Pastoral Theology, Christian Doctrine, Preaching and New Testament.
Her publications include Christian Doctrine: A Reader Lindsey Hall, Stephen Holmes and Murray Rae (Editors) (2010) SCM Press. The book’s nine chapters cover each of the main Christian doctrines. The aim of the book is to give an overview of the discussions which have taken place in Christian theology in relation to particular doctrines. Each chapter covers the formulation of doctrine, challenges and developments.
For the Deanery Briefings – Lindsay will reflect on the theological perspective of the resposibility to be agents for engagement with the comunities we have and are touching as we emerge into a new era of our mission and ministry after the Covid-19 limitations.