St Bride's: Sermon Series

Faith And Work

Why I am a teacher: because I know education changes people's lives

Kate studied English and Related Literature at the University of York and after a brief career in the Charity sector became a teacher in 2008. She now has responsibility for GCSE English at an all-Girls comprehensive school in Camden.

Dieu et mon droit

Called to the bar in 1983. Practised in general common law from 6 Pump Court in the Temple since 1985. Sits as a legal assessor for the General Medical Council. Guildsman at St Brides. Proud husband and father. Can't sing or play a note but loves music.

My Faith and Motherhood

Emma was born in York in 1979 and studied history and religious studies at Lancaster University from 1997 to 2000. After graduating Emma moved to London to work in the not for profi t sector and began working for the Church Commissioners in 2001. She married fellow St Bride's Guildsman Matt at St Bride's in 2005. Emma gave up work to be a full time mother when their son Tom was born in March 2010. Their daughter Laura was born in May 2012.

Faith in the Newsroom

Currently News Editor at ITV News, running Home or Foreign Newsgathering on the day, covering all aspects of news for ITV programmes. Previously worked on the road for ITN around the UK and the world and for the BBC in the Former Soviet Union. Also responsible for the ITV News Assistant News Editors and work experience internships.

Christian values to work, based on the story of Ruth and Boaz

Having volunteered with LICC for a number of years as a Workplace Associate, Charles joined LICC full time in January 2012. Previously, Charles worked in financial services as Chief Operating Officer of a private equity investment company, and was Executive Director of a listed technology products and services business. He has lectured and led workshops on workplace theology and related topics and has been involved in church leadership for many years.

From the Heart

Charles Christie-Webb has been selling houses for the last 27 years from a vintage double-decker bus in Camden Town where he lives with his wife, Julie and son, Tom and keeps chickens in the back-garden.