The Rt Reverend Saju Muthulaly became Bishop of Loughborough in 2022, moving to Leicestershire from Gillingham where he was vicar of St Mark’s church.
As Suffragan Bishop, Saju shares oversight of the diocese with the Diocesan Bishop, The Rt Revd Martyn Snow, and supports clergy and lay ministers across our worshipping communities
Bishop Saju has particular oversight responsibilities for: ·
- Our ‘Intercultural Worshipping Communities’ programme and our Diocesan Racial Equity Strategy
- Our New Communities strategic priority
- Vocations and training
Bishop Saju was born in Kerala, in South India and grew up in a leprosy hospital in Bangalore, where his family were part of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. In 2001 he graduated with a Bachelor of Theology degree from the Southern Asia Bible College in Bangalore, after which he moved to the UK and trained for ordination at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford.
He was awarded another Bachelor of Theology degree from the University of Oxford in 2008, the year he was ordained as a deacon in the Church of England. He served his curacy at St Thomas’, Lancaster before moving to the diocese of Carlisle.
Bishop Saju is married to Katy and together they have four children. Saju is passionate about cricket and cooking, and in his free time he also finds time to run marathons and play the guitar.
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