Taylor Denyer
  • DTh in Missiology, University of South Africa

  • MDiv, Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC

  • MA International Development, American University, Washington DC

  • BA International Studies, American University, Washington DC

Professional Experience: Taylor Walters Denyer is a missiologist, pastor, and global nomad who is passionate about naming and addressing the toxic beliefs and unhealed traumas that undermine the development of healthy communities and missional partnerships. She currently lives in Slovenia with her husband (a foreign service officer) and daughter. She is an elder in The United Methodist Church's North Katanga Conference and has lived and worked in Algeria, Djibouti, Zambia, DR Congo, Chile, and the USA. Taylor wears multiple hats, serving as the President of Friendly Planet Missiology (FPM), the Rev. Dr. Bishop Mande Muyombo's Executive Assistant for Strategic Partnership and Engagement for the North Katanga-Tanganyika-Tanzania Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church, and the Program Coordinator of the Central and Eastern European Association of Mission Studies' Doctoral Colloquium. She has taught mission courses at Wesley Theological Seminary and the Methodist Theological School in Ohio. Currently, she is also on loan to The Church of England and leads its congregation in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Taylor coaches church leaders locally and globally. She is available