Trustees Who's Who
The Trustees are elected annually by the charitable company's members. The charitable company is comprised of members of SSJE, FSJ and those who are in agreement with the aims of the company and who are co-opted. The Trustees meet quarterly to transact business and consider applications. The charity has the services of an administrator and accountant.


Fr Charles Card-Reynolds FSJ Chairman and Director
Fr Charles was ordained in 1998 and has served in parish ministry in Reading and London, currently as vicar of St Bartholomew on Stamford Hill. While an undergraduate he became a regular visitor to the monks of the Society of St John the Evangelist at their priory on the Iffley Road in Oxford and was admitted to the Fellowship of St John in 2001. He joined the charitable company in 2006 and in 2008 became a trustee. Fr Charles represents SSJE on the governing council of St Stephen's House, Oxford. He is Chaplain to The Society of King Charles the Martyr and Commissary of the Diocese of the Windward Islands.

Fr Andrew Malcolm FSJ Trustee and Director
Fr Andrew has been connected to The Fellowship of St. John since 2003 and has been a Parish Priest in the Diocese of Blackburn in Lancashire. Before ordination he was an operational Police Officer and has also worked in Management and Leadership Development. His interests lie in the strategic development of organisations and in workplace ministry. As a Trustee, he plays a key part in developing the Trust's vision and mission. He is the link person between FSJE (UK) and SSJE in America and is exploring the global work of the Brothers based in Boston alongside that of FSJE.

Fr Stephen Anderson FSJ Trustee and Director
Fr Stephen is a Self Supporting Minister who is Priest Vicar designate of St Clement's Church in Cambridge, Diocese of Ely. He works for the Academy of Social Sciences during the week and has had a long secular career in finance and administration. He is Chaplain to the Cambridge Ward of the Society of Mary. He is a Priest Associate of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham and a Member of the Prayer Book Society.

Canon Ade Ademola FSJ Trustee and Director
Fr Ade is the vicar of Emmanuel Church, Leyton in the Diocese of Chelmsford.
Prior to ordination he worked in the civil service having graduated from Goldsmith's College, London. He holds diocesan posts for Bishop's Selection Adviser and as an Area ordination Adviser. Fr Ade has been a member of the Fellowship of S. John since 2004 and became a Trustee in 2008. He has particular oversight of the
S. George's Trust.

Canon John Chambers FSJ Trustee and Director
Fr John was a Parish Priest and Area Dean in Richmond in the Diocese of Leeds. Prior to ordination he worked as Sales Director of a multi million pounds international textile group, spending much of his time in the Far East. Since retirement from full time ministry he is now trustee and volunteer worker in the diocese of Southwell and Nottingham, in addition to local ministry work. Fr John has particular oversight of the St. George's Trust.

Father Grant Naylor SSC
Fr Naylor is the Vicar of St Matthew's Church,  Carver Street in the Diocese of Sheffield. He combines his role as a parish priest with also being 0.5 Missioner in the Diocese. A native of Liverpool, Fr Naylor trained for the priesthood at St Stephen's House, Oxford before serving his curacy in St Helen Auckland, County Durham. Fr Naylor is also a trustee of the Additional Curates Society, The Church Union, and St Matthew's House Ltd.

Baroness Harris of Richmond DL Trustee and Director
Lady Harris joined the Trust in 2014. She has much involvement in the charity sector and the life of the Church. Lady Harris is a Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords, President of the National Association of Chaplains to the Police and is High Steward of Ripon Cathedral. In 1996 she was appointed to the Court of the University of York.




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