Introducing CTST’s new Executive Lead
The Trustees of Churches Together South Tyneside (CTST) are delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Southgate to the new role of Executive Lead of CTST. Paul will be working with our Project Leaders, the Trustees, Members and Volunteers to ensure the continued success and growth of our programmes and activities across South Tyneside. It is an exciting time for CTST and we know that Paul’s vast experience and shared commitment to our mission will bring new insights and vision.
Paul served as Catholic priest for 25 years. He then worked in the public sector in Human Resources and community development before becoming Chief Executive for a number of charities. He chairs Northumbrian Industrial Mission (NIM) and the National Justice & Peace Network. His commitment to ecumenism and inter-faith relations has been a priority in several of his roles.
Today @BishopPaulB announced a new strategy to rejuvenate Christian communities across the Diocese of Durham which will see 100 new Church gatherings over the next 8 years as @churchofengland aims to engage younger & more diverse congregations.— Diocese of Durham (@DioceseofDurham) September 27, 2021
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