Vocation to Ministry comes with baptism, and all of us have different gifts to offer. There are lots of ways to get involved – please get in touch for a conversation. One of us is usually around the office on Gateway on Mondays between 9am and 12pm.
Fr Johannes Arens SMMS
Fr Johannes grew up in Germany and has been living in the UK permanently since 2004. He used to work for Leicester Cathedral and fell in love with Leicester – a diverse and global city where people from very diverse communities do their best to be good neighbours, to treat each other with respect and to find common ground.
Email me: St Andrew’s Work Email
Fr David Clark
Fr David is retired from paid ministry and comes to St Andrew’s most Sundays. He is a professional musician, brings a wealth of experience in interfaith relations and has an expert knowledge of the different communities in the city.
He can be oontacted for confessions or conversations via email.
Email me: Contact
Fr Herbert Fadriquela
Assistant Priest & Chaplain to Leicester Filipino Community
Fr Herbert primarily works in London but is with us when in Leicester.
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fr Stephen Foster
Assistant Priest & former Chaplain to the University of Leicester
Fr Stephen is retired from stipendiary ministry and is regularly at St Andrew’s two Sundays a month. He can be contacted for confessions or conversations via email.
Email me: email@example.com
Fr Barry Naylor
Chaplain to Holy Trinity Hospital
Fr Barry is retired from Stipendiary Ministry and continues to look after Holy Trinity Hospital on Bede Island. He is a former incumbent of St Andrew’s and joins us regularly.
Fr Barry is available for confessions and conversations and can be contacted via email.
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dolly the Collie
Mission & Ministry Enabler
Dolly loves DMU campus as many people say hello to her. She thinks students and staff (and anybody else) exist solely for her benefit.