The Board of the Anglican Leadership Institute is happy to announce that the Rev. Canon Dr. Frog Orr-Ewing has been named as the next Director of the Anglican Leadership Institute in the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina. He will participate in the final week of the upcoming eleventh gathering of the Institute, September 6-28, at the FOCUS Study Center on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts as one of several featured speakers. Near the end of this gathering, he will officially assume his new ministry as the Director when Bishop Mark Lawrence, who has served as the Interim Director since late 2022, passes the leadership responsibilities to him.
Frog lives in England with his wife Amy and their three teenage sons. He is the Rector of Latimer Minster at Stampwell Farm in Beaconsfield. He has been the Canon Theologian and Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow of Mission at the University of Winchester since 2018. He previously served as the Chaplain and Missioner at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA), Vicar of All Saints, Peckham, and a Curate at St Aldates, Oxford. He earned his B.A. in Theology at Oxford University, where he also gained an MTh in Applied Theology. He has a PhD in Nineteenth Century Anglican Missiology from King’s College London, and since 2012 has enriched his passion for poetry, community, and conservation through his stewardship of Stampwell Farm on the outskirts of London. He is also the co-author with his wife Amy of Holy Warriors, Deep and Millennials.