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Mark BurkillBiblical Truth for Today's Church

The Latimer Trust is an evangelical think-tank dedicated to providing biblical input and a considered response to significant issues within the Christian community and elsewhere. The Trust is continuing and developing the work of Latimer House which was founded in Oxford, England, during the 1960s. Our books, studies, briefings and publications are available on this site and via other outlets worldwide.

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Trustees

The Trust is honoured to have as its Hon. President the Revd Prof J.I.PackerJ.I.Packer

Current Trustees are as follows:

Christopher Ash The Revd Christopher Ash
Wallace Benn The Rt Revd Wallace Benn
Peter Breckwoldt The Revd Peter Breckwoldt
Mark Burkill The Revd Dr Mark Burkill
Sarah Finch Mrs Sarah Finch
Chris Green The Revd Chris Green
Ed Moll The Revd Ed Moll
Simon Vibert The Revd Dr Simon Vibert

Staff & Contacts

The office address is: The Latimer Trust,Oak Hill College, Chase Side, London N14 4PS.  The office phone number is 020 8449 0467 ext 227. For deliveries or to visit us, come to Reception at Oak Hill College.  Our registered charity number is 1084337. (Our former PO Box is no longer valid).

The Trust supports a Director of Research, The Revd Prof Gerald Bray, and part time Research Fellows at Wycliffe Hall (The Revd Dr Andrew Atherstone) and at Oak Hill College (Dr Kirsty Birkett).  In Africa, we support The Revd Charles Raven in his work as Advisor to the Chair of GAFCON, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala. The office is run by the Business Manager (part time) Mrs Margaret Hobbs, assisted by the Administrator (part time), Mrs Sarah Woodbridge.

Gerald Bray

The Revd Prof Gerald Bray

Director of Research

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Andrew Atherstone

The Revd Dr Andrew Atherstone

Research Fellow

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Kirsty

Dr Kirsty Birkett

Part-time Research Fellow

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charlesraven

The Revd Charles Raven

African liaison

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Margaret Hobbs

Mrs Margaret Hobbs

Business Manager

Normal office hours: Mon, Thurs, 9.30-3.00; Fri 9.30-12.30

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Mrs Sarah Woodbridge

Administrator

Normal office hours: Tues, 2.00-3.00; Wed 10.00-12.00

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Council

Current members of Council are:

Mark Burkill The Revd Dr Mark Burkill (Chair)
Sarah Finch Mrs Sarah Finch (Vice Chair)
Peter Breckwoldt The Revd Peter Breckwoldt
Philip Desmond Mr Philip Desmond
Bryan Follis The Revd Bryan Follis
modyr The Revd Dr Ro Mody
Ed Moll The Revd Ed Moll
Rob Munro The Revd Rob Munro
John Wain Mr John Wain

Supporting the Latimer Trust

The Latimer Trust is fortunate to be building on a foundation of support inherited from Latimer House in Oxford.  Nevertheless, we need continuing support for the work, both prayerful and financial.

Gifts may be made using the 'Donate' button at the top of every web page, or by setting up a standing order, or sending a one-off donation by cheque, voucher or cash to the office.  If you are a UK tax-payer we are able to increase your gift using Gift Aid to reclaim the tax on the sum you give.  Please download and complete as appropriate the giving form below.

You may designate your gift to support a particular area of our work if you wish; our costs currently exceed income in all areas!  Specific areas we identify are:

  • Staff - we see the posts of Director of Research and Research Fellowship as key both to our publishing output and to our influence among academic circles.
  • Publications - although each publication is priced to cover at least its printing costs, we like to be able to offer some copies at heavily discounted prices to selected establishments which would not otherwise be able to afford them.  In addition we would like to do more translation work, getting sound material into the hands of the church world-wide.
  • Library - we maintain a collection as part of the library at Oak Hill College, contributing to a research facility which encourages evangelical scholarship.
  • Grants - our vision is to develop and maintain an expanding group of good thinkers, and to be a part of their support network, as they work through a Biblical approach to contemporary issues.

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