Rev. Dr. Huang Po Ho
Rev. Dr. Huang Po Ho is the director of the Academy for Contextual Theologies in Taiwan and is serving as a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Concilium.
He is also teaching at Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan as adjunct Professor of Theology. He served more than a decade as vice president and professor of Theology at Chang Jung Christian University and was head of the Tainan Theological College and Seminary. For two years from 2000-2002, he was moderator of CWM.
Chaplains and Spiritual Life Facilitators
Rev. Dr Amelia Koh-Butler
Amelia Koh-Butler’s post-doctoral interests in missiology have focused on intercultural worship, creative arts and indigenous learnings. As the Mission Secretary for Education, Formation and Empowerment, Amelia brings a wealth of experience in integrating educational and performative arts methodologies. She has a passion for life-long learning and decolonizing education. Her ecumenical experience involves being the Convenor of the Worship and Liturgy Committee of the World Methodist Council and a Minister of the Uniting Church in Australia. Publications include articles, book chapters and liturgical resources. Amelia is poly-ethnic and has lived and served in a range of cultural contexts.
Rev. Dr Graham McGeoch
Graham McGeoch is a minister and theologian of the Church of Scotland. He joined CWM in January 2023 as Mission Secretary for Discipleship and Dialogue. He leads the London Office. Before joining CWM, Graham taught Theology & Religious Studies at a university in Brazil, and collaborated extensively with faith communities social movements in Brazil’s poorest communities. He helped to establish a civil society university in one of Rio de Janeiro’s largest favelas. Committed to the ecumenical movement and the mission of the Church, Graham has served the World Council of Churches and Churches Together in Britain and Ireland in a variety of governance roles.