21st Philip Edgcumbe Hughes Lecture Series (2018)
The Rev. Canon Daryl Fenton
The Rev. Canon Daryl Fenton assumed the role of National Director for The Church’s Ministry Among Jewish People (CMJ) in the United States in 2011. The US office is part of the worldwide ministry to Jewish People that began in London in 1809. CMJ is an evangelical mission society of the Anglican Church, the 75 million strong Communion of Churches around the world that sprang historically from the Church of England.
Fenton previously served as Canon to Archbishop Robert Duncan of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), overseeing mission relationships nationally and internationally. He also served as Canon and Chief Operating Officer for the Anglican Communion Network (ACN), a founding organization of Anglican Church of North America.
CEO for 14 years of Chicago’s Berghoff Restaurant in Chicago, Illinois, he also led a team that planted an Evangelical Free church in the restaurant. Upon returning to university for graduate studies, he served as Associate Director of the Chapel of the Air radio. He is a graduate of Wheaton College and Trinity School for Ministry.
As president /partner of Exporters Inc. (1988 - 2000), Fenton built a trading / marketing company that worked in then Communist Yugoslavia to support mission. The work extended into Central Europe and other Balkan countries as a result of the Yugoslav war. During this period Dudley Office Products, owned by evangelical Anglicans, engaged him to develop their European expansion as a witness to biblical business practices. Fenton served as Director of Church Rela- tions for Trinity Seminary from 2003 until joining the ACN in 2005.