Podcast on Wellbeing of Global Majority Heritage Clergy in the Church of England

Independent research into the wellbeing of UKME/Global Majority Heritage clergy, commissioned as part of a 10-year programme into how clergy can flourish in ministry, is published today.

A team led Dr Selina Stone, now a post-doctoral research associate at Durham University, interviewed 18 clergy at all stages of ministry, from a range of ethnic groups.

The findings of the qualitative research, funded by Clergy Support Trust, will inform the Living Ministry project, a Church of England project looking into how clergy can flourish in ministry.

In the following podcast, Tamanda Walker talks to the author of the report, Selina Stone, and co-researcher, Carlton Turner, about the wellbeing experiences of Global Majority Heritage clergy in the Church of England and how the church can respond.