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Rev Moses Agyam


Get in touch at m.agyam@cliffcollege.ac.uk

Moses is originally from Ghana but has lived in the UK since his mid-teens. After his undergraduate studies (at the London School of Theology), Moses spent almost five years in the Open Learning Department as a tutor in New Testament alongside postgraduate studies at LST. He has long interests in epistemology and ethics in the Gospel of John, and is hoping to complete a doctoral study in this area.

From 2013-16, Moses was a ministerial student at the Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham. This resulted in a PGDip in Theology and Transformative Practice from Newman University and a research trip to Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. In 2016, he was stationed at Nottingham (East) Circuit, looking after churches in Mapperley and Carlton. After his ordination in 2018, Moses became District Probationers’ secretary, supporting the learning and formation of probationer ministers. In the circuit, he was also involved with Local Preachers learning and continuing development.

Moses is eager to inspire others to become better Christians by bridging faith and learning, ultimately not only believing the gospel but becoming the gospel.