The Rt. Rev. Grant LeMarquand, former Anglican Bishop of the Horn of Africa, is the new director of the Stanway Institute for World Mission and Evangelism and professor of mission at Trinity School for Ministry.

“Grant has a wealth and depth of experience on the global and domestic mission field,” said Erika Moore, Trinity’s academic dean, director of partnerships, and professor of Old Testament. “He has a deep concern and compassion for the disenfranchised, and an academic acuity and curiosity. He is a true blessing to our Trinity community.”

Trinity founded the Stanway Institute in 1989 to provide administration and oversight of programs that include mission discipleship training trips, helping Trinity’s international students adjust to life in America, and maintaining key domestic and international mission relationships.

The institute is named for the Rt. Rev. Alfred Stanway, Trinity’s founding dean and president, who spent many years as a missionary in Tanzania.

LeMarquand taught at Trinity School for Mission before he was called to serve as a bishop in Africa.

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