Canon Ray Brazier

Ray describes himself as ‘a retired vicar, but never a retired Priest!’ He is currently working in a number of areas of ministry support in Bristol Diocese, including vocations, mentoring, ministerial development, and spiritual direction. He says, ‘I love reading, the arts (especially drama and theatre), spending time with family and friends, and I am excited by the challenges and opportunities facing the Church today.”

Latest blog posts

A farewell to Dr Justin Stratis

Ray describes himself as ‘a retired vicar, but never a retired Priest!’ He is currently working in a number of areas of ministry support in Bristol Diocese, including vocations, mentoring, ministerial development, and spiritual direction. He says, ‘I love reading, the arts (especially drama and theatre), spending time with family and friends, and I am […]

An interview with Donna Lazenby

Ray describes himself as ‘a retired vicar, but never a retired Priest!’ He is currently working in a number of areas of ministry support in Bristol Diocese, including vocations, mentoring, ministerial development, and spiritual direction. He says, ‘I love reading, the arts (especially drama and theatre), spending time with family and friends, and I am […]

Come and see for yourself

Ray describes himself as ‘a retired vicar, but never a retired Priest!’ He is currently working in a number of areas of ministry support in Bristol Diocese, including vocations, mentoring, ministerial development, and spiritual direction. He says, ‘I love reading, the arts (especially drama and theatre), spending time with family and friends, and I am […]

Helen Collins on the Talking Theology podcast

Ray describes himself as ‘a retired vicar, but never a retired Priest!’ He is currently working in a number of areas of ministry support in Bristol Diocese, including vocations, mentoring, ministerial development, and spiritual direction. He says, ‘I love reading, the arts (especially drama and theatre), spending time with family and friends, and I am […]