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The Revd Dr Jack Dyce is Principal of the College. Ordained in 1976, he served in pastorates in Port Glasgow, Paisley and Greenock. For many years, he worked in local authority adult education and held the post of Regional Adult Education Officer at Strathclyde regional council headquarters. His first degree was in organisational behaviour followed by an LLB. He has a postgraduate MA and MSc in education together

with professional qualifications in adult education and educational management. He holds a PhD in adult education for research on the application of Danish adult education thinking to Scottish lay theological

education.

He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. In church life, he served the Congregational Union of Scotland as its final chairman and previously as Ecumenical Secretary. His professional interests include adult educational methods, the varied uses of storytelling and the relationship of people of faith to civic society.

Jack Dyce

Revd Lindsey Sanderson is a part-time College Tutor. She was ordained in 1997 having studied for a combined MA (Philosophy and Systematic Theology)/BD at Edinburgh University. She also has an MBA from Glasgow Caledonian University. She served the CUS/URC Synod as Mission Enabler, then worked as Assistant General Secretary for Action of Churches Together in Scotland before being inducted to the East Kilbride Joint Pastorate in September 2012.


Lindsey is the Synod’s representative on the General Assembly Mission Committee and is a member of the URC-Roman Catholic Dialogue Group. From 2008-2012 she was the URC’s representative to the World Council of Churches Central Committee.

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The Reverend Trevor Jamison is a part-time College tutor. He was ordained in 1995, having trained at Mansfield College, Oxford. As well as BTh. degree from Oxford University he also has a Master of Sacred Theology (STM) degree from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is currently undertaking a part-time Doctorate in Practical Theology (DPT) at Glasgow University.

Trevor is the Environmental Chaplain for the ecumenical creation care group, Eco-Congregation Scotland. Previously he has been a minister for churches in Liverpool and Essex, and a training officer in Northern Synod. He is a Synod representative to the URC’s Mission Council.



Saughtonhall Church Revd Trevor Jamieson