Bishop Chris McLeod is an Assistant Bishop in the Anglican Diocese of Adelaide, with special responsibilities for Aboriginal Ministry and National Aboriginal Bishops. His research interests are in the areas of ethnography, practical and pastoral theology including: the Trinity, orthodoxy and Ecclesiology in a post-modern context.
Chris is of Gurindji descent and whose mother was a member of the Stolen Generations, and in this context he has special concerns to focus on reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
Bishop McLeod is also a PhD candidate at Flinders University (ACD) exploring further the practical application of Trinitarian theology on the praxis of Anglican ministry (walking the Trinitarian talk).
Areas of Teaching
Introduction to Christian Ministry; Mission, Evangelism and Apologetics; Cross Cultural Ministry in Australia
Doctor of Philosophy (candidate)
Master of Ministry
Tabor College, Adelaide
Bachelor of Theology