My name is Trey Hall and I’m a runner, reader, failed improv comedy student, and Methodist church planter.
I’m an American living in London.
As the Director of Evangelism & Growth for the Methodist Church in Britain, I head up its God for All strategy and work with loads of diverse lay and ordained people across Britain to help the Methodist Church deepen its commitment to be a growing, inclusive, evangelistic, and justice-seeking Church of Gospel people.
I also coach and consult in Europe and the United States to help leaders dream and start new things.
This blog will be a scattershot of developed reflections and not-so-developed fragments about things I’m interested in and trying to learn more about: inclusive church, running, and contemplative spirituality, to name a few.
I try to think and write “as one without authority,” as Fred Craddock put it: not as an expert or super-skilled superior, but as a curious seeker, question asker, lover of out-of-the-box experiences, and (hopefully most of all) as one in recovery from many things, not least of which a quite significant case of control freakery. All that to say: comments, questions, alternative ideas and push-back welcome!