More with Anti-Modern-Day Slavery Ambassador, Sue Foster

Revd Sue Foster shares the journey which led her to her Anti-Modern-Day Slavery Ambassador role with Together in Sussex.

I was born in Sussex just outside Worthing; on leaving school I worked for SEEBOARD in their data preparation department. In 1988 I became a Christian and in 1994 left work and went to Trinity Bible College in Bristol to do a degree course.

My plan was to go into Christian work of some kind, but God had different plans and I was selected for Ordination. I was Ordained in Norwich Cathedral in 1998 serving my Curacy in Norfolk. I moved to Hampshire in 2002 and eventually became Vicar of six rural parishes, which I thoroughly enjoyed. After taking early retirement I returned to my ‘home Church’ St Georges in East Worthing.

I have become Honory Associate Minister in St George’s and am involved in many areas of church life. I am a member of Mothers Union and would like to do what I can to make the MU members and churches aware of the Modern Day Slavery that is happening in our Diocese, therefore volunteered to become an Ambassador.

Please pray for God’s guidance for all the new Ambassadors as we take on this role.

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