Fr. Jeremy Tayler has been the Rector of St. Mary’s Henley with St. Nicholas Remenham since September 2018. He was previously the curate at St John’s Wood in London. He was born in Lincolnshire and brought up in and around Bristol, but has lived most of his adult life in London. He studied international relations and history at LSE before building a career in research administration. He has also worked briefly as both a religious studies teacher and nursery nurse in Finland, and spent two years as a full-time parent, picking up an MA in History and Politics from Birkbeck along the way. He then trained for the priesthood at Westcott House, Cambridge. Fr Jeremy can often be seen out and about on his bicycle, and in his spare time he enjoys gardening, walks in the countryside and outdoor swimming.