Music & Worship Department
The Music & Worship lecturing faculty includes leading thinkers and practitioners in this field.

Their combined experience includes facilitating worship at major national and international conferences, long-term local church ministry, cross-cultural music mission, producing worship resources, and performing world-class music in both classical and contemporary contexts.

This is combined with a rigorous approach to the integration of theological and biblical insights, based on a wealth of academic study.

We seek to champion the wider area of creative and performing arts as an expression of worship.

Music & Worship Faculty
Lecturer in Music
Carey Luce
Lecturer in Music
Geraldine Luce
Lecturer in Music
Steve Thompson
Programme Leader, Theology, Music and Worship Programmes
Rebecca Uberoi
Lecturer in Music and Worship and Director of VivaVoce Chamber Choir
Richard Hubbard
Lecturer in Theological Aesthetics
Christopher Grey
First Study Tutors

Natasha Andrews, Rob Cates, Tony Catterick, Andy Chamberlain, Fiona Gillett, Mike Haughton, Tom Hooper, Guy Houchen, David Lewis, Dan Partington, Celia Redgate, Steve Robbings, Nicki Rogers, Diana Stanbridge, Sarah Stroh, Matt Wells, Hayley Wild.

Guest Lecturers

Ruth Fazal, Brad Whiteley, Jonny Baker, Jeremy Begbie, John Bell, Terl Bryant, Ian Collinge, Beth Croft, Brian Draper, Mark Earey, Nathan Fellingham, Paul Field, Andy Flannagan, Jason Gardner, Sam Hargreaves, Bryn Haworth, Nigel Hemming, Tim Hughes, Christopher Idle, Graham Kendrick, John Leach, Andrew Maries, Noel Richards, Christopher Redgate, Matt Redman, Sue Rinaldi, Noel Robinson, Scott Stroman, Phil Togwell, Stuart Townend, Jason Upton, Geoff Weaver, Matt Weeks, John Witvliet.