Dr Adrian Chatfield was born in Trinidad and grew up between Trinidad and Brazil. As a Trinity College student, he won an Additional National Scholarship in 1967. Adrian then proceeded to train for The Ministry at the College of the Resurrection in Mirfield, England. His parish ministry spanned 15 years between Trinidad and North Devon, England.
For over 20 years he has been a theological educator at St. John’s College in Nottingham, TEE College in Johannesburg and Wycliffe Hall in Oxford.
Dr Chatfield’s written accomplishments include “Something in Common, an Introduction to Anglicanism”, available in four foreign languages and currently being translated into French and Korean.
Dr Chatfield supervises a number of doctoral students at Anglia Ruskin University. His research focuses on radical contemporary and historical forms of Christianity with a long-term specialist interest in Pentecostal and charismatic practices.
The Trinity College Alumni Association recognises Reverend Canon Dr Adrian Chatfield for being its first alumnus to win a National Scholarship and for his role as a theological educator.