Disciple. Wife. Mother. Vicar of St John’s Egham and is Vice-Chair of CPAS Patronage Trustees. She is married to Matt and they have a son and daughter. Esther came to England from Zimbabwe for Theological Education in 1999. After two Curacies, Esther has served as a School Chaplain, a Young Offenders Prison Chaplain and a Team Vicar in Farnborough. Esther is passionate about the local church being a loving and growing community where God’s people are empowered and released to follow Jesus in their everyday lives: proclaiming and demonstrating the good news of Christ.
She loves cooking, reading, writing, Body Combat, travel and time with family.
Why are you passionate about digital?
I don’t know if you could describe me as someone who is passionate about digital – rather someone who wants to leave no stone unturned in advancing the kingdom of Christ. Digital is one of the ‘stones’ we need to turn.
Name a hero of yours and why?
John Stott. I love his passion for Scripture and his desire to enable people to grasp the relevance of it in every generation
What can people expect from your session?
What most excites you about #PremDAC20 (other than your own session!)?
An opportunity to equip God’s people to ‘turn this stone’ and grasp the opportunities that digital offers as we seek to join in God's work of proclaiming and demonstrating the good news to our communities.