Geoffrey Jackson Ainger
AINGER, Geoffrey Jackson. b. Mistley, near Manningtree, Essex, 28 October 1925; d. 25 January 2013. He was educated at Bracondale School, Norwich (1935-42). After service with the Church Army in East Anglia and north-west Europe, he trained for the Methodist ministry at Richmond College, London (1946-52). He served in the Southampton circuit (1952-56), and was ordained in 1953. In 1956 he went to New York, where he worked with an ecumenical Team Ministry at East Harlem, and gained a Master’s degree from Union Theological Seminary. He returned to England as Methodist minister at Loughton, Essex (1958-62), and as a member of the Methodist Team Ministry at Notting Hill, central London...
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