Cathedral Staff & Vestry

Clergy

JeremyThe Very Rev’d Jeremy Auld – Provost
Jeremy came to the Cathedral in January 2010 from being Rector of St James the Great, Dollar in the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane.  Prior to ordination, Jeremy practised law as a solicitor in Scotland and as a barrister in the Fiji Islands.  Jeremy is married to Christine, who is from Fiji and they have two sons, Benedict and Nicholas.  As Provost, Jeremy is responsible for all aspects of the life of the Cathedral.  Jeremy is also honorary Anglican Chaplain to the University of Dundee.

 

Music

Stuart-150x150Stuart Muir – Pastoral Musician
Stuart studied music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and prior to being appointed Pastoral Musician at St Paul’s in 2001, was Assistant Organist at St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow.

Administration

CaroleCarole Spink – Treasurer
Carole is Lay Reader to the Cathedral. She enjoys walking along the cliffs of Arbroath and cooking.

Neil-head vergerNeil Clephane – Head Verger
Perth-born Neil moved to Dundee in 2008. He began his career as a painter/decorator in 2004 before a stint at Gleneagles Hotel as a maintenance assistant. Neil came to Saint Paul’s in January 2014. A proud father of four, Neil says he’s “thoroughly enjoying his role as caretaker.”

Vestry

Dawn Wood pic
Dawn Wood Dawn is originally from Omagh, County Tyrone. After a career lecturing in microbiology, she now works as a hypnotherapist and artist. Dawn has been a member of the St Paul congregation since 2001, and has been singing in the choir since 2002.
Frank Carey
Frank Carey is originally from Cork and is a consultant and Professor of Pathology at Ninewells Hospital and University of Dundee.
Jaap - Vestry
Jaap Jacobs – “I am a writer and historian, academically affiliated with the University of St Andrews. After moving from the Netherlands to Dundee in 2012, my daughter Johannette and myself joined my wife Martine in attending services at St Pauls. The cathedral congregation is very warm and welcoming and we have been made to feel very much at home here. I wish, on Vestry, to offer my skills and time at the disposal of the congregation. The ambitious plans for the renovation of the cathedral will require a considerable effort from all of us, especially of vestry members”
Susie - vestry
 Susie Schofield has lived and worshipped in Dundee since 1999. Her particular interests are young church ministry, inclusivity and environmental issues. She co-leads the young church (Beanstalk) and is a member of the cathedral’s Eco-group.