Phil studied theology through the Church of England’s Common Awards Programme, graduating from Durham University in 2018. He is currently Warden of the College of Deacons, taking pastoral responsibility for his fellow distinctive deacons throughout the Diocese of Exeter. Alongside his ministry in the Cathedral, Phil is a learning and development specialist working for the Care Quality Commission (CQC). […]
A retired priest, Julian has served as Priest Vicar at Exeter Cathedral since 2020. He has been a priest for 38 years, serving in parishes across the country – ranging from Tyneside in the Northeast, to Peterborough and the Fens, to the Isles of Scilly in the far Southwest, and finally settling at Totnes. In 2017 […]
Cate has been in the Diocese since 2001, having been ordained in Winchester Diocese in 1994, where she served her curacy, before moving to Bath and Wells as Chaplain of Yeovil College and Assistant Priest in Yeovil. In 2001, she returned to her home city to take up the post of Chaplain at the now […]
Chris was born in London and brought up in London and the Midlands. He was nurtured in Christian faith from early childhood and was a chorister from the age of nine. He has an important experience of Christian commitment close to his thirteenth birthday – which remains important to him as an important step on […]
Ian Morter served the Cathedral as Canon Treasurer and Pastor from 2010 until 2017, and was licensed as a Priest Vicar in June 2018.
James Mustard was installed as Canon Precentor in March 2018. Following a career as a freelance musician, he studied Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Cambridge and trained for ordination at Westcott House, Cambridge. After participating in an exchange programme at Yale Divinity School, he was ordained in 2005 and served his title […]
Jonathan trained for ordination at the College of the Resurrection, Mirfield. After studying Theology and Religious Studies at Trinity College, Cambridge, he served his title as Curate at St Matthew, Elephant and Castle, in the diocese of Southwark from 1991 to 1994, before becoming Bishop of Truro’s Domestic Chaplain from 1994 to 1996. From 1996 […]
Professor Morwenna Ann Ludlow is a published historian, theologian and priest, specialising in historical theology. She is Professor of Christian Theology at the University of Exeter, and as Canon Theologian, regularly presides and preaches at services in Exeter Cathedral.
David was Archdeacon of Barnstaple in the Diocese of Exeter from 2003 until 2014, prior to which he was Rector of the Colyton Team Ministry for fifteen years. After retirement and before his current role he also served as Chaplain to the Bishop.