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Patrons, Consultants & Supporters



International Patrons of Justice Reflections

  • The Reverend Dr. Dwight Cuff
    President of IPCA
  • The Reverend Birgitta Winberg
    Immediate past President of IPCA
  • The Reverend Dr. Pierre Allard
    Past President of IPCA
    with a lifetime's involvement with prison ministry
  • Mgr. Joseph Branson
    Past President of ICCPPC
  • Dr Christian Kuhn
    President of ICCPPC
  • Ron Nikkel
    President of Prison Fellowship International
  • Lord Ramsbotham
    Previously Chief Inspector of Prisons
  • The Rt. Revd. James Jones
    Bishop of Liverpool & Bishop to Prisons

International Consultants for Justice Reflections

  • Dr Christopher Jones - England
    Policy Adviser (Home Affairs): Mission & Public Affairs Division: Archbishops' Council: Church House, Great Smith Street, LONDON SW1P 3NZ

  • Dr. Christopher Marshall - New Zealand
    Lecturer in Theological Studies, Tyndale Graduate School of Theology in Auckland. Dr Marshall moves to Wellington at the end of 2004 to take up his new appointment as St John's Senior Lecturer in Christian Theology at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Sheridan Minshull - England
    Formerly Chief Probation Officer, Lincolnshire
  • Wayne Northey - Canada
    Canadian Mennonite with a longstanding involvement in visiting prisoners and promoting restorative justice.

Local Supporters of Justice Reflections

  • The Diocese of Lincoln
  • The Lincoln School of Theology
  • The Lincolnshire Law Society
  • The Lincolnshire Probation Board
  • Lincoln Inter-Faith Forum

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Rev Terry Nowell - Editor

"I have worked as a Methodist Minister in the Peak District, Lincoln and now in Nottingham. During my time in Lincoln I worked alongside Alan Duce as Methodist chaplain in the prison, and shared with Alan his preliminary discussions on the inception of Justice Reflections. I'm delighted to be asked by the Trustees to become editor, and look forward to this exciting work together. It will complement my other area of work as a tutor for students on the Masters programme at the Methodist Urban Theology Unit in Sheffield.

 

 Keith Jobling

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  • Keith Jobling - Treasurer & Webmaster
    Keith served as aircrew in the Royal Air Force for thirty years. Since then, he has worked in both Medical and Financial professions with IT responsibilities. He is Chairman of Music:Link

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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