2021 Conferences that include our Faculty
Explore: Women who Lead
Women who lead is for women in leadership across Ireland.
- Friday 7th – Saturday 8th May
Women in Academia
Hosted by Ridley College, Melbourne (Australia)
- Saturday 7th August, 9am-5pm (GMT+11)
Men, Women and God: Theology and it’s Impact
Hosted with the Women’s Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance and the Anglican Diocese of Norwich
- Wednesday 11th – Saturday 14th August
Lucy's Speaking Engagements
Lucy has been Principal at WTC since 2013. She teaches courses in Christian doctrine and in spiritual formation. She holds bachelor’s degrees in both English and Theology. She completed her MA in Systematic Theology at King’s College, London, and her PhD through the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Lucy’s research interests are Christ and the Spirit, Charismatic theology, theological anthropology, discipleship, 1 Corinthians, and women in the Bible. Lucy is part of Crossnet Anglican Church in Bristol, which is led by her husband, Nick Crawley. They have four sons and a daughter-in-law.
Lucy Peppiatt, PhDPrincipal, Systematic Theology
Freddy's Speaking Engagements
Fusion Student Workers Retreat
Tuesday 25th May, 9am-12pm
Crossnet Church, Bristol
Sunday 6th June, 5pm
Freddy is Director of Undergraduate Studies and teaches Biblical Studies, with a specific focus on the Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew. He holds a BA in History and English Literature, a PGCE in History, an MA in Kingdom Theology, and is currently completing his PhD in Hebrew Bible at Kings College London. Prior to working full-time with WTC he was the Director of Fountain School of Theology in Norfolk, UK. His research interests include: Hebrew poetry, especially lament poetry; exilic biblical literature; and the theological traditions of creation and covenant.
Freddy Hedley, PhD CandidateDirector of UG Studies
Jasper's Speaking Engagements
Jasper teaches Christian doctrine at WTC. He grew up in the Netherlands, and completed his BA in Theology and Biblical Studies at the Evangelische Theologische Faculteit (Evangelical Theological Faculty) or ETF in Leuven, Belgium. He completed his MPhil and PhD in Systematic and Historical Theology at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. Jasper’s research focuses on the reception and propagation of 5th- and 6th- century conciliar, Christological theology in the early Medieval Church (the Carolingian Empire). His interests include the history of doctrine, and particularly the development of Christological thought in the Patristic era, Late Antiquity, and the Early Medieval Church.