Vicar, St. John's Anglican Church
MDiv, New Testament (Regent College); PhD, theology (University of St. Andrews)
Jordan Senner is the Vicar of St. John's Anglican Church in Vancouver. Previously he served as the Rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Costa Mesa, California, and as an Assistant Clergy at Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church, in St Andrews, Scotland. He holds a PhD from the University of St Andrews, where he wrote on the theology of John Webster and the relationship between God and creatures. He is the author of John Webster: The Shape and Development of His Theology (T&T Clark, 2022).
His research and teaching interests lay in the disciplines of systematic, historical, and pastoral theology. This includes the doctrines of God, creation, and scripture, and how Reformed theologians have retrieved and engaged with classical Christian thought. As a pastoral theologian, he is also interested in questions around homiletics, spiritual formation, and ethics.
Jordan is a Regent College alumnus, with an MDiv focusing on the New Testament. He currently lives in Vancouver with his wife, Susie, and two children, Annabelle and Jeremy.