Members of ACWR

Members are persons with a research interest in the work of the centre, this may include postgraduate students, teaching staff, independent scholars, and others.

Yearly members fee: $60

Benefits:  Current issue of journal emailed to you (option for hard copy $10), discount at conference [20%], priority conference presentations, borrowing rights at partner libraries, personal advice from fellows on research and supervision, invitations to special events, regular news updates on ACWR, invitation to participate in the AGM that takes place at the annual conference.


Current ACWR Members

Bruce Allder, EdD, Senior Lecturer in Liturgy and Pastoral Theology, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane, Australia.

Peter Benzie, MTh, National Secretary  of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand, Senior Minister of Redoubt North Wesleyan Methodist Church, Auckland, New Zealand.

Coralie Bridle, MTh, Convener of the NZFT wing of the Tri Territorial Theological Forum of The Salvation Army, New Zealand.

Adam Couchman, MA, Lecturer in Theology, Eva Burrows College, PhD candidate, University of Divinity, Melbourne, Australia.

Peter Dobson, DMin, Director of Academic Administration, St Athanasius Coptic Orthodox Theological College, Melbourne, Australia.

Sam Hey, PhD, Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Coordinator, Citipointe Ministry College, School of Ministries of Christian Heritage College, Brisbane, Australia.

Jennifer Hein, PhD, Adjunct Lecturer, St. Barnabas’ Theological College, Adelaide, Australia.

Caroline Jewkes, MTh, The Salvation Army, New Zealand Territory.

Pam Reed, MDiv, Registrar, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane, Australia. 

Grattan Savage, MA, Corps Officer, Salvation Army Corp Officer, Arndale, Australia.

Matthew Seaman, PhD, Faculty Post-Thesis Fellow, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Richard Waugh, DMin, QSM, National Superintendent, Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand.

Kalie Webb, MTh, Salvation Army International Headquarters, London, UK.

David Wilson, DMin, Director, Centre for Building Better Communities, Melbourne, Australia.