Archbishop Glenn Davies
The Most Rev. Dr Glenn Davies has been the Archbishop of Sydney since 2013.
A former lecturer in Old Testament at Moore Theological College, Dr Davies also held the position of Registrar of the College, and later was appointed as rector of St Luke’s Miranda.
He was consecrated Bishop of North Sydney in 2001 and held the position until his election as Archbishop.
Glenn is married to Di and they have two married daughters and three grandchildren.
Kanishka Raffel (Dean of Sydney)
Kanishka was born in London to Sri Lankan parents and was raised as a Buddhist. While studying law at Sydney University a friend gave him a copy of The Gospel according to John and he subsequently became a Christian. Prior to becoming Dean in 2016, Kanishka served as Rector of St Matthew’s in Perth. He is married to Cailey and they have two daughters. He loves curry, cricket and having gelato at the beach with his family but knows no pleasure so great as sharing the news about Jesus with people who have no idea who Jesus is or how much he loves them.
Christopher Allan (Sub-Dean)
Before attending Moore Theological College, he worked in project management for Lend Lease in construction. He is married and they have three young children.
Christopher was made a Canon of St Andrew's Cathedral by the Archbishop in 2010 and was appointed Acting Dean/Sub-Dean of the Cathedral in 2013.
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StePhen Frederick (Associate Minister)
Stephen is married and is a father to three children. He has extensive ministry experience in the western suburbs and has been at the Cathedral since early 2017.
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Ruth Schroeter (Associate Minister)
Ruth has been an Associate Minister at St Andrew's Cathedral since December 2016 and has a particular focus on training and discipleship among women. Ruth encountered God's grace through the gospel of Jesus as an adult after making a New Year's resolution to find out about different religions and was very quickly drawn to share this gospel with others. She subsequently left her life as a ballet teacher in London to move to Sydney in 2011 to study at Moore Theological College and was ordained as a deacon in 2016.
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Ross Cobb (Director of Music)
Ross Cobb has been the Music Director and Cathedral Organist at St Andrew's since 2005. He is responsible for the huge range of music across our Cathedral- Choirs, Orchestra, Cathedral Brass and our contemporary bands; overseeing the development of traditional and modern music at all gatherings. He is also the Organist of our Cathedral School as well as serving as the Chairman of the NSW branch of the Royal School of Church Music, and is President of RSCM Australia
Ross was previously Director of Music at Christ Church Clifton in Bristol, and St Barnabas Kensington, London in the UK. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music & King's College London (where he was organ scholar as well as at St Michael's Cornhill), he was also involved in the music at Holy Trinity Brompton & All Souls, Langham Place. He is passionate about the role of music in reaching all with the good news of Jesus.
Ross is married to Georgie and they have three young sons.
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Rob Smith (Honorary Minister)
Rob Smith is an honorary assistant minister at St Andrew’s on Sundays.
During the week, he works for the department of Ministry Training and Development for the diocese of Sydney and lectures in Systematic Theology at Sydney Missionary and Bible College.
He is married to Claire and they have an 20 year old son, Nathanael.
Rob is also a musician and song-writer, and has written a number of popular congregational songs and hymns.
Tom Halls (Honorary Minister)
Tom is married to Clare, and before joining the staff at the Cathedral in 2006, he spent 25 years in inner city ministry. Tom taught Mathematics, and following studies at Moore Theological College, was ordained in the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. Apart from preaching responsibilities at the Cathedral and oversight of the Subcontinental Fellowship, he has spent much of his time in Asia, India, Europe and the United Kingdom preaching and conducting seminars on systematic teaching of the Bible.