A weekend on Dorothy L Sayers at Lee Abbey, Devon

3 – 5 December 2016

The Man Born to be King and the Queen of Crime’: a celebration of Dorothy L Sayers’ life and work for the 75th anniversary of the her pioneering radio drama beginning in 1941.

A Talk at Bromley House Library in Nottingham

26 April 2017

‘The Extraordinary Case of Dorothy L Sayers’: a celebration of her life and work for the 60th anniversary of her death.


Here are some of the places and organisations where I have preached or given talks in the past. Some represent one-off events, others represent many talks in the same place over several years (in alphabetical order):

Bath Abbey, Bath

Brasenose College, Oxford

Bristol Baptist College

Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

C S Lewis Society, Oxford University

Emmanuel Church, Didsbury, Manchester

First Mennonite Church, Nappanee, Indiana, USA

Greyfriars Church, Reading

Harvard University (Graduate Arts Faculty Christian Union), USA

Harvard University (Divinity School New World Colloquium), USA

Hereford Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship, Ludlow

Holy Trinity Brompton Ordinands Conference

Jesus College, Oxford

Lee Abbey, Lynton, Devon

Lincoln College, Oxford

Oxford Brookes University (Christian Union)

Oxford Pastorate

Portfolio Society, Bristol

Queen’s College, Oxford (Christian Union)

St Aldate’s Church, Oxford

St Andrew’s Church, Paddock Wood, Kent

St Barnabas’ Church, Kensington

St Edmund Hall, Oxford

St Edmund’s Church, Whalley Range, Manchester

St Leonard’s Church, Wollaton, Nottingham

St Matthew’s Church, Kingsdown, Bristol

St Mary’s Church, Stoke Bishop, Bristol

St Matthew’s Church, Oxford

St Michael-in-the-Northgate, Oxford

St Michael’s Church, Chester Square, London

St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Malden, Massachusetts, USA

Scargill House, Skipton, Yorkshire

Summit Oxford

Theological Students’ Fellowship (Manchester and Oxford)

Tolkien Society Oxonmoot, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

Trinity College, Bristol

Tufts University (Christian Union), Boston, USA

Westminster Abbey Institute, London

Wycliffe Hall, Oxford