Ned Lunn is a minister in the Church of England. Before he started his training he ran a theatre company, el mono theatre, for seven years. During that time he also worked professionally in various theatre venues and with a selection of theatre companies as a tutor, director, producer, performer, designer and advisor.
He now writes on spirituality, philosophy, ethics and politics. He is also a member of a community called Burning Fences in York and regularly writes stories and poetry with them. He has just started a regular podcast called ‘Songs in a Strange Land‘ exploring faith, art and culture. He’s recently published the first edition of a series of daily and weekly reflections for advent entitled, ‘Going Back To The Start‘ and his poetic book, ‘Explorations: a stream of poetic consciousness’ is available through Proost. Ned also writes for Big Bible as a digidisciple.
Ned is married to Sarah and lives in York.
A new series exploring the Rule of St. Benedict as a parish minister.
Other explorations, declarations and complications.
Reflections and resources for a small community based in York which is exploring how to sing a new song in the rubble of an old world.