Adapted from a Westcott House release

Westcott House, Cambridge, has appointed the Rev. Matt Bullimore as vice principal. He succeeds the Rev. Will Lamb, who will become vicar of the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford, in May.

Bullimore is vicar of the parishes of St. John the Baptist, Royston, and St. Peter, Felkirk, in the Diocese of Leeds.

Bullimore studied theology at the University of Cambridge before receiving a scholarship from Emmanuel College to spend a year at Harvard University, working mainly in the Divinity School. He subsequently did his MPhil at the University of Manchester before preparing for ordination at Westcott House. While there he completed his doctoral studies with the supervision of Professor Catherine Pickstock.

He is the assistant editor for Crucible: The Journal of Christian Social Ethics. He is a member of the Littlemore Group and has a chapter in the recent collection For God’s Sake: Re-Imagining Priesthood and Prayer in a Changing Church.

Fr. Bullimore is married to Clare, a pianist, and they have three young children and a Springer Spaniel.

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