Steven Ogden is Research Fellow with the Public and Contextual Theology Centre, and adjunct lecturer in theology, Charles Sturt University Australia. He is former principal of St Francis Theological College Brisbane and Dean of St Peter’s Cathedral Adelaide.
Theo is Chaplain at St Peter’s College, Adelaide, and works across the whole school (ELC – Year 12). He is the Senior Chaplain for Anglican Schools in South Australia. He graduated with a PhD in Systematic Theology from Flinders University in 2008 and his thesis was published as The Greenie’s Guide to the End of the World (Adelaide: ATF, 2011).
Jane Lee-Barker is an ordained Anglican priest and Priest in Charge of St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Burra, South Australia. She is an Adjunct Lecturer in theology at St Barnabas College Adelaide. After qualifying as a registered nurse Jane did a degree in Modern Asian Studies majoring in Chinese language (Mandarin) and East Asian Sociology.
Jo was a Dominican sister of the Holy Cross Congregation in Adelaide. Brought up as an Anglican, Jo was in training for the priesthood in the Anglican church when she met the Dominican Sisters. She was attracted by their forward thinking, their scholarship, their love of life and their commitment to humanity.
Cathy is an ordained priest of the Anglican Church of Australia who works in the role of Acting Director of Learning and Teaching, and lectures in Systematic Theology, at St Barnabas College, Adelaide, which is affiliated with the School of Theology of Charles Sturt University.
After teaching young offenders and special education, teaching sociology of education at tertiary level, and being a senior research officer at the Adelaide Central Mission, Rodney Fopp began lecturing in sociology at the University of South Australia in 1988.