WILLIAM CAREY CENTRE NAMES TWO FELLOWS

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William Carey Centre Names
Two Fellows

The William Carey Centre for Excellence in Ministry at Carey Theological College is excited to announce the appointment of its inaugural Research Fellows for 2019-2020, Raphael Chow and Paul Worden. The appointment of Fellows is a historic way of encouraging graduate and post-graduate students to contribute their research to the growth of their institution, whilst working on their doctoral projects. Carey’s Centre for Excellence was formed to provide an avenue for pastors, ministry leaders and academics to contribute to the expansion of ministry recourses for the global church. The appointment of Carey’s inaugural Fellows serves to achieve the essential vision of our Centre. According to Dr. William Brackney, Pioneer MacDonald Chair in Baptist Theology and Ethics and Director of the Centre of Excellence, “the Centre Fellows are recognized for the high standard of work in our doctoral program, and will provide limited service in building the Centre’s resources in global Christianity.”

We are pleased to welcome these two exemplar Christian leaders as partners in empowering faithful Christian leaders for every generation, culture, and community.


Raphael Chou

The Rev. Raphael Chou.
Raphael is researching congregational spiritualty. He is pastor of evangelism and Missions at Richmond Chinese Alliance Church, having previously served at Vancouver Chinese Alliance Church, Elim Alliance Church, and Living Word Chinese Baptist Church. He is a graduate of Simon Fraser University (B.Sc.), University of Leicester (M.B.A.), and Regent College (M.Div.).

    Paul Worden

    The Rev. Paul Worden.
    Paul is working on Canadian Baptist denominational foundations. He is pastor of First Baptist, Truro, Nova Scotia, having planted the Family Life Church in Halifax. He earned the Th.B. and M.A. degrees from Acadia University where he was awarded the Silver Medal in Theology for his thesis in New Testament: “Reliable Testimony? Testing the Credibility of the Thomasine and Marcan Versions of the Parable of the Vineyard and Its Tenant Farmers.”

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