Scottish School of Christian Mission
Our staff combine a thorough grounding in theology and professional practice with practical experience of a life led by mission.
Academic Dean and Team Leader
A former quantity surveyor and youth pastor at Queens Park Baptist Church in Glasgow, Brodie's strong commitment to theological education is shown by his depth of study and research. His desire to connect this to Christian ministry has been expressed through his service as Winter Night Shelter Team Leader at Glasgow City Mission and as a Team Leader at Glasgow Street Pastors. His research interests surround those at the margins of society, including issues of suffering, poverty, economics and social policy.
He is married to Alison and they have three sons. He enjoys cooking and once helped to cook jambalaya in a car park in New Orleans for 1500 people (after Hurricane Katrina). He is a season ticket holder for Glasgow Warriors and a qualified rugby coach. Originally from the East End of Glasgow, he describes being based in the college's offices at Parkhead as "something of a homecoming".
BA(Hons) in Theology (First Class)
Master of Theology (University of Edinburgh)
PhD in Political Theology (University of Edinburgh), on a theological consideration of the propriety of suffering as a category in political thought.
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Director of Development
Judy has worked in a variety of ministry roles in Scotland, including Mission Development Coordinator for the Baptist Union of Scotland, Pastor for Community Involvement at Stirling Baptist Church, and Pastor for Discipleship at Wester Hailes Baptist Church. Prior to this, she worked as a nurse and then in nursing education at what is now Napier University, Edinburgh. She serves on the board of Ferrywell Youth Project in Pilton, Edinburgh and spends her spare time in the arts, theatre, pilates and walking.
MA in Theology
BA in Theology
BSc(Hons) in Health Studies
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Youth and Community Work Programme Manager
Pam previously worked as Project Manager for Linlithgow Young People’s Project, an innovative and flexible youth project in Linlithgow. Originally from Aberdeen, Pam lives with her husband Phill and two children in Falkirk. She is a founding member of a weekly craft collective in Falkirk and attends St John’s Evangelical Church in Linlithgow, where she is part of the wider teaching team.
BA in Educational Studies
BA in Informal and Community Education
SQA in Supervision Studies
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Centre Co-ordinator for Neopolis: The Scottish Centre for Theology and Ministry in an Urban World
Wes grew up as a missionary kid in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo where his parents served in medical missions. After serving as a pastor in the United States for fifteen years, Wes and his family moved to Glasgow to start the Mosaic Community, a church-plant of Christian Associates International. As well as lecturing at undergraduate and postgraduate levels Wes is the Centre Co-ordinator of Neopolis, The Scottish Centre for Theology and Ministry in an Urban World based at the college.
Wes is married to Cynthia and they have five children and five grandchildren. He loves the odd mix of jazz and Gustav Mahler.
PhD in Theology from the University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Indiana)
DMin from Denver Seminary.
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Andrew spent 12 years at the Passport Office, dealing with administrative and examination roles in every area of the organisation. He took on the role of Academic Registrar and Facilities Manager at ICC in 2008 overseeing the management of the college building along with student records, assessments and university liaison. He now oversees the administration of SSCM and its business matters.
He is married to Anna and they have one daughter, Abigail Joy. Andrew is an old school geek with a house full of electronic junk that occasionally works.
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