Who's who

Stephen Cherry

Stephen Cherry, Dean

Stephen was appointed Dean in 2014, returning after 20 years to the College, having been Chaplain from 1989-1994.  He is Director of Studies in Theology, Religion and the Philosophy of Religion and also serves the College as Tutor with responsibility for Study Skills.  Stephen has written on a number of subjects in the area of practical theology and applied spirituality, in particular on time wisdom, forgiveness and sin, and has published two collections of prayers and meditations.  His most recent book is an introduction to theology for people intrigued by life's eternal questions (God-Curious, JKP, 2017)
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Stephen Cleobury

Sir Stephen Cleobury, Director of Music

At the centre of Stephen Cleobury’s professional life, for thirty years, has been his work as Organist and Director of Music at King’s College, Cambridge. This has been complemented and refreshed by the many other activities in and beyond Cambridge in which he engages. He is a highly versatile musician who relishes the opportunities he has to appear in a variety of roles and to encompass a broad repertoire.
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Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond, Chaplain

Andrew joined King’s College as Chaplain in 2015 after stints in London as a parish priest and as a minor canon of St Paul’s Cathedral. Before ordination in 2007 he worked in classical music: first as an opera singer, and then in arts management. At King’s his role encompasses both worship in Chapel and pastoral care of all the students and staff.
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Ian Griffiths

Ian Griffiths, Dean’s Verger

Ian has been privileged to work as an administrator and a verger at Westminster Abbey, Canterbury and Ely Cathedrals. He was formerly Head Verger at Portsmouth Cathedral. Ian was appointed to King’s at Easter 2011 and is responsible primarily for the worship of the Chapel. In 2015 he completed his degree with the Open University and graduated with a BA Honours in Humanities with Religious Studies.

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