CPT Leadership Team
Rev. Dr. Jeff Crittenden
Co-Founder and Director
Jeff Crittenden, DMin, Ph.D. Candidate is co-founder of the Centre for Practical Theology. He is Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Huron University. He is an ordained minister serving Metropolitan United Church in London Ontario. His first doctorate is in Homiletics and is completing a Ph.D. in Theology. He is the Director of the Centre for Practical Theology and is currently planting a Missional congregation. He is the former President of London and Hamilton Conferences, Chair of the UCC National Foundation, and lectures and presents throughout Canada and the UK. Jeff loves participating in triathlons!
Rev. Dr. Brad Morrison
Brad Morrison, D.Min. is co-founder of the Centre for Practical Theology. He is assistant professor of practical theology at Huron University College. He is an ordained minister serving Strathroy United Church. Brad is also a Registered Psychotherapist (College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario), Registered Marriage and Family Therapist, and Clinical Fellow (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy). Brad is author of Already Missional: Congregations as Community Partners. Brad’s teaching and research focuses on the practice of ministry, especially in congregations. His current interest is how liberal mainline congregations understand the practice of evangelism and new member recruitment.
Rev. Dr. Catherine Faith MacLean is CPT’s ‘Revitalize on the Road’ Coordinator.
As the Senior Minister at St. Paul’s United in Edmonton, her practice of ministry is informed by a strong commitment to preaching, pastoral care, and theology. Catherine is immediate past president of the Canadian Theological Society, author of numerous articles, and a frequent speaker at church, webinar, and academic events such as Peter Lougheed Leadership College Lecture Series, Berwick, and the AST Aitken Workshop on Preaching. She is the recipient of two Louisville Institute grants.