Mrs Rachel Moriarty

Teaches adults for the Workers' Educational Association and in the diocese

Rachel began teaching as a classical specialist in schools, and after studying theology and Church History she moved to higher education, teaching at Chichester Theological College and the Universities of Southampton and Winchester. In retirement she teaches adults for the Workers' Educational Association and in the diocese. She has been a member of General Synod and its Board of Education, and is involved in church education as governor of a church secondary school, and in the training of Readers in the diocese.

She is particularly interested in how Christian faith, history and tradition are learnt and taught, and enjoys discussing this with teachers, pupils and students, and adults in changing situations.

Publications

Her academic interests and published work began with the early church and now include the wider field of Church history, including Bishop Bell of Chichester.

Lecture titles

  • Church Mothers
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