About us

Find out more about Seen & Unseen, the team, contributors and partners.

The title

Our title is inspired by the first sentence of the Nicene creed,

We believe in one God,
the Father, the Almighty,
maker of heaven and earth,
of all that is,
seen and unseen.

Our mission

Christian faith is rapidly discarded in today’s culture, and yet, we believe there is wisdom in the two thousand years of Christian reflection on God, what it means to be human, nature, community, work, and everything else. Our mission is to make that wisdom accessible to a much wider audience, sharing the fruit of deep thinking both about the Christian tradition and contemporary life. Through our articles and podcasts, we hope that you will discover a world that is greater, more full of meaning and sense than you ever imagined. 

Discover more about why we founded the title, and what drives us, by reading Graham Tomlin's introduction to Seen & Unseen

Seen & Unseen is a product of the Centre for Cultural Witness. It's other activities are leadership training and research project. Find out more about the centre.

Our team


Our contributors range from philosophers to theologians, journalists to writers. Find out more about them on the contributors page. We also encourage emerging talent. If you like what you read and are interested in writing for us, please get in touch via our Contact Us page.

Our people

Seen & Unseen is edited and published by a team that is part of the Centre for Cultural Witness. Its aim is to make Christian faith better understood in public, displaying the creative, imaginative, culture-shaping power of the Christian gospel.

Graham Tomlin is the Centre’s Director. Formerly Bishop of Kensington,  He is a regular contributor to national media and has written many books and articles, both academic and more popular. He taught theology within Oxford University for many years before helping found St Mellitus College. Find out more about Graham and his writing. 

Nick Jones is the Centre’s Senior Editor. As a journalist, analyst and communicator, Nick has mastered digital media to find insights, tell stories and improve reputation across the public and private sectors. Find out more about Nick and his writing.

Belle Tindall is the Centre’s Staff Writer. Belle has researched, taught, and written on numerous topics for the University of Wales, Trinity St. David. She is a regular contributor for Premier Christianity’s Woman Alive publication and LICC and ‘Girl Got Faith’. Find out more about Belle and her writing.

Paula Hynd is the Centre’s Executive Manager. Paula has a strong background in fundraising, organisation and management, having worked for Alpha International in recent years.

Sarah White is the Centre's Administration Assistant.

Natalie Garrett is the Centre's Marketing and Communications Coordinator. She is an Anglican minister based in Gloucestershire and a trained actor, who narrates the Seen & Unseen Aloud podcasts.

Luc Herren is the Centre's Financial Advisor and Research Coordinator. He was ordained by the Protestant Church in Switzerland and runs a management consultancy in London with his wife Brigitte. 


If you are interested in supporting the work of Seen & Unseen by volunteering, get in touch via our Contact Us page.


From time to time we advertise vacancies, find them on the Centre for Cultural Witness site.


Theology advisor: Dr Andrew Davison.