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The Revd Dr Keith Riglin

Dr Keith RiglinVisiting Lecturer

Tel +44 (0)20 7848 4041
Email
keith.riglin@kcl.ac.uk 
Address
Chaplaincy
St Thomas' House
Kings' College London
Lambeth Palace Road
London SE1 7EH

 

 

Biography

Chaplain (St Thomas’ Campus) and Assistant Dean, King’s College London.

  • Chairman, All Saints Educational Trust
  • Deputy Chairman, Council and Governing Body, Regent’s Park College, Oxford
  • Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
  • Senior Member, Wolfson College, Cambridge
  • Assistant Priest, St Anne’s Church, Soho
  • Honorary chaplain, St Paul’s Cathedral, London

Diocese of Argyll and The Isles (2012); Associate Vicar, Parish of St Clement and St James, Notting Hill, London (2008-11); Hon Chaplain, Wolfson College, Cambridge (1998-2008); Minister and University Chaplain, St Columba’s Church, Cambridge (1997-2008); Minister, Amersham (1989-96); Lecturer, University of the West Indies, Jamaica (1987-89); Minister and University Chaplain, Bath (1983-87)

MA (Oxford) BEd MTh (London) ThD (Birmingham) AKC FRSA

Research Interests and PhD
  • Ecclesiology and Sacramental Theology
  • Ecumenical Relations
  • Anglicanism and the Episcopalian tradition
Selected publications
  • J Templeton and K Riglin (eds), Reforming Worship: English Reformed Principles and Practice (Wipf & Stock, 2012) – editor and contributor
  • W McLaughlin and J Pinnock (eds), Mary for Earth and Heaven (Gracewing, 2002) - contributor
Teaching
Supervision for undergraduates, post-graduates, and research students in ecclesiology and sacramental theology.
Expertise and public engagement

In addition to his College work, Dr Riglin is actively involved in adult education through (i) ministerial and lay training for the London District of the Methodist Church and others, (ii) regular teaching on the University of Oxford Summer Programme in Theology, and (iii) leading study-days for parishes and other gatherings.

Through his work with the All Saints Educational Trust, he continues an interest in the Church of England’s contribution to the theory and practice of education, especially in both general Religious Education and Religious Studies as an academic subject, and has served with a number of national committees and agencies.

Dr Riglin serves as a member of the Ethics & Professional Standards Committee of the Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling.

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