Andrew Goddard currently has a portfolio ministry with most of his time being spent as assistant minister at St. James the Less, Pimlico, London and tutor in Christian Ethics at Ridley Hall, Cambridge and Westminster Theological Centre. He has previously taught ethics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Trinity College, Bristol and Anglican History and Polity for Fuller Theological Seminary.
He is a member of the Church of England Evangelical Council (CEEC) which is the umbrella body for evangelicals in the Church of England and serves on their Working Group. In 2003 he was a founding member of Fulcrum and served on their Leadership Team until 2019.
Andrew did his doctoral work on Jacques Ellul, focussing on his writings on law and politics, under Oliver O’Donovan and has also written in the areas of sexual ethics and Anglicanism, including a book on Rowan Williams’ time as Archbishop and articles on the Anglican Communion Covenant. He was for many years a fellow of the Anglican Communion Institute (ACI) where he wrote regularly on matters relating to the Windsor Report and Process and the Covenant. From 2017 to 2020 he was on the Co-ordinating Group of the Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith project producing resources relating to identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage. He is also a published hymn-writer.
Andrew is married to Lis who is vicar of St James the Less and they have two adult children.
From Archbishop Justin to Today
This two-part essay surveys developments in the Anglican Communion from the 2008 Lambeth Conference to this Summer’s 2022 Lambeth Conference. Part One covered the developments u... Read More...
From Archbishop Rowan to Archbishop Justin
By Andrew Goddard
The Lambeth Conference will gather in late July for the first time in 14 years, a gap between Conferences second only to the one between 1930 and... Read More...
By Andrew Goddard
The end of April marks another milestone in the Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith (LLF) project relating to identity, sexuality, marriage, and relationships. Since the suite of t... Read More...