The Venerable Christine Froude

Christine, who is Welsh and married with two children and two grandchildren, had a career in banking before her ministry work in Stoke Bishop, Bristol Children’s Hospital, and Shirehampton. She served as an archdeacon working across Bristol Diocese in rural, urban, and city context. Christine, now retired, has enjoyed a close connection with Trinity for the last 25 years.

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Sept 2020 COVID-19 update

Christine, who is Welsh and married with two children and two grandchildren, had a career in banking before her ministry work in Stoke Bishop, Bristol Children’s Hospital, and Shirehampton. She served as an archdeacon working across Bristol Diocese in rural, urban, and city context. Christine, now retired, has enjoyed a close connection with Trinity for […]

New book from Trinity alumnus on the Church of England and racism

Christine, who is Welsh and married with two children and two grandchildren, had a career in banking before her ministry work in Stoke Bishop, Bristol Children’s Hospital, and Shirehampton. She served as an archdeacon working across Bristol Diocese in rural, urban, and city context. Christine, now retired, has enjoyed a close connection with Trinity for […]

Giving a night a week to learn more about God

Christine, who is Welsh and married with two children and two grandchildren, had a career in banking before her ministry work in Stoke Bishop, Bristol Children’s Hospital, and Shirehampton. She served as an archdeacon working across Bristol Diocese in rural, urban, and city context. Christine, now retired, has enjoyed a close connection with Trinity for […]

Telling the stories of God’s faithfulness

Christine, who is Welsh and married with two children and two grandchildren, had a career in banking before her ministry work in Stoke Bishop, Bristol Children’s Hospital, and Shirehampton. She served as an archdeacon working across Bristol Diocese in rural, urban, and city context. Christine, now retired, has enjoyed a close connection with Trinity for […]