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Wed, 22 Mar


South Molton

Talk from Rev Glen Graham - life with a Guide Dog

Rev Glen Graham, Chair of the 'Churches for All' partnership, has been blind from birth. In this talk he will share his experience of life with a Guide Dog.

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Talk from Rev Glen Graham - life with a Guide Dog
Talk from Rev Glen Graham - life with a Guide Dog

Time & Location

22 Mar, 19:30 – 23 Mar, 21:00

South Molton, Anstey Village Hall, EX36 3NU, UK

About the event

As part of the Lent events organised by the Ashmoor Parish churches, Rev Glen Graham is hosting a talk on what life is like with a Guide Dog.

Rev Glen Graham, Chair of the Churches for All partnership, introduces himself …

I was born in Cumbria and grew up in Edinburgh. I was blind from birth so went through the special ed system.

My first degree was in political philosophy at Swansea University. Whilst there, I supplemented my income as a disability equality trainer. I was disability officer for the Student’s union, and chair of the Swansea access group.

Whilst at university, I sensed a call to ministry and went to train at Bristol Baptist College in 1995.

In 2000 I began my ministry in Malborough in South Devon. My second pastorate was in a challenging Church in inner city Plymouth. I am currently the minister at Cullompton Baptist Church. I have chaired two Churches’ Together groups. I am a retreat leader and spiritual director.

I have been a member of the governing council of the Baptist Union since 2006. I have chaired the BU Disability Justice working group since it began in 2011. We address access issues and produce awareness training for local churches. I also go in to colleges to teach disability theology. I have been a trustee of three charities.

I am married to Rowan and we have 2 dogs and 5 cats.

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