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Andrew Rumsey is Vicar of Gipsy Hill in South London. His writings, which include the volume of poetry, Homing In (Paternoster), and a chapter in the recent Theology Through the Arts volume, Beholding the Glory (DLT/Baker Books), have been performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and on BBC Radio 4.

In 1999, Andrew's face was pinned to church noticeboards across the land as part of the Church of England's first-ever recruitment campaign for priests. Ordination figures have yet to increase.
 
strangely warmed
Strangely Warmed by Andrew Rumsey is now available as a book.
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