Tudor"s early years of ministry saw him serving mainly in the Methodist Missions of the Midlands, including Queen"s Hall, Derby and Coventry Central Hall. He also served in Brighton"s Dome Mission and to Brighton he later retired. He was Chaplain to the Ancient Order of Foresters, served on the Board of Regents at Harris Manchester College in Oxford, and was a trustee of the Joseph Rank trust for 33 years.
A memorial service was held at Westminster Central Hall on Sunday 7 February 2010 attended by the Lord Mayor of Westminster, the Dean of Westminster Abbey, the Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster Cathedral and with an address by the Rev Paul Hulme.
Tudor was educated at Clee Grammar School for Boys in Cleethorpes and later at Manchester University before joining the Royal Air Force. He trained for the Methodist at Hartley Victoria College, Manchester.
Tudor was a son of the manse, born in Northampton in 1930. His father was the Rev C. Leonard Tudor, who was for many years the General Secretary of the Home Mission Division of the Methodist Church.