Revd Stuart Davison
Born in Hammersmith, West London, Stuart Davison was converted in his teens while on holiday in the West Country. In the 6th form at school he started and ran the Christian Union, and was thrilled to see some of his friends being converted and coming to Sindlesham Baptist Church, where he attended.
Stuart is married to Gill, a music teacher and together they have four children, who are all married, with seven grandchildren between them. He was trained in Retail Management with John Lewis Partnership. He trained at Spurgeon's College obtaining a BA in Theology and then a Diploma in Pastoral Theology,. He was Minister of Rye Baptist Church from 1981-1990 and also served as the Association Youth Officer and also had the privilege of serving as Sussex Baptist Association President.
He was the Missioner for Sussex Baptist Association from 1990-1995 and then Minister of Maghull Baptist Church, Liverpool until 2007 when he joined SEBA as a Regional Minister, being appointed the Team Leader in 2009. He is also a Governor at Spurgeon's College. and has ministered variously in Australia, South Africa, Romania, Poland, Hungary, USA, France, Kenya, GB and N Ireland.
He has enjoyed working with various radio stations including BBC Radio Sussex and BBC Radio Merseyside, Premier Radio, Hour of Revival and being a DJ on a weekly show on Radio Luxembourg. He has made several national TV broadcasts with Granada ‘My Favourite Hymns’.
He also worked with Ann Birkham on ‘Protect Christmas Day’, meeting the Secretary of State at the Home Office, which led to the Christmas Day (Trading) Act 2004.
His claim to fame is that his cousin is Gary Pallister - TV pundit and former central defender for Manchester United FC and England.