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Michael John McCoy
in Port Elizabeth South Africa
Mike McCoy is a parish priest in the Anglican Diocese of Port Elizabeth, and a theological educator. He has previously worked as a journalist and a freelance copyeditor.
As a theological educator, he has served the Theological Education by Extension College of Southern Africa (TEEC) since 1999 variously as part-time staff member, course writer, tutor, and mentor. He also served as Corresponding Secretary of the African Network of Institutions of Theological Education Preparing Anglicans for Ministry (ANITEPAM), 2003-2006.
He has served on the Appeals Tribunal of the Film & Publication Board since 2001.
In 1992 he was trained as an authorised use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
He is a keen amateur musician: he plays the trumpet, and listens avidly to most forms, but especially classical music of the 20th and 21st centuries.
O: 041 3651298
32 West St, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 6055
Social Development and Community Services
Publishing, Printing and Print Media
General news, legal reporting, film and music reviews
Pretoria, South Africa | 1992 - 1994
Master of Theology - Missiology (with distinction)
Dissertation was entitled "'Local church' in missiological perspective: An enquiry"
Grahamstown, South Africa | 1982 - 1984
Bachelor of Theology (Honours) - Pastoral theology (with distinction)
The degree included courses in pastoral theology, Christian education, and mediaeval spirituality. My long essay at the end of the degree was later published as "The child in our midst: Rediscovering youth ministry in the parish" (Johannesburg: CPSA Dept of Mission, 1987).
Nottingham, South Africa | 1978 - 1979
Diploma in Pastoral Studies - Pastoral theology (with distinction)
The DPS included two practical placements: one in the parish of St Martin's, Sherwood (north Nottingham), and the other with BBC Radio Nottingham. My long essay was entitled :The least of my brethren: The challenge of the poor".
Nottingham, United Kingdom | 1976 - 1978
BA with Honours in Theology - Theology
Grahamstown, South Africa | 1972 - 1974
BA - Linguistics (with distinction) and African Politics
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