Who's Who?


Archdeacon Barry Forde
Venerable Barry Forde

Assistant Minister

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Rev Ross Mungavin

Family Worker

Mrs Alison Shaw
Mrs Alison Shaw

Rector’s Church Warden

Mr Hugh Rodgers
Mr Hugh Rodgers

People’s Church Warden

Mr Peter Ainley
Mr Peter Ainley

Honorary Treasurer

Mrs Libby Garstang
Mrs Libby Garstang

Honorary Secretary

Mrs Jacqueline Stephenson
Mrs Jacqueline Stephenson

Magazine/Website Editor

Mrs Kate Irving
Mrs Kate Irving

Rector’s Glebe Warden

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Mr Robert Gowdy

People’s Glebe Warden

Mr Ronnie Luney

Organist & Choir Mistress

Mrs Patricia Dyer


In addition to the Wardens shown above, the following have been elected to serve on the Select Vestry

  • Mr Cecil Dunwoody
  • Mrs Libby Garstang
  • Mrs Kate Irving
  • Mr Bill Jeffrey
  • Mr Tom Jones
  • Mrs Marie Luney
  • Mrs Joan Rodgers
  • Mr David Stephenson
  • Mrs Jacqueline Stephenson


As a church, we have long supported the work of various Missionary Societies—Church Missionary Society (CMS), Sight-Savers, CMJ, Bible Society, Bishops’ Appeal,  St Columbas Hospital, South American Missionary Societies, Simon Community and Childline.  We donate to these charities on an annual basis from money raised for our Christmas Appeals.

In addition, we are proud to have particular links with the following societies:

Crosslinks is an international mission agency with its roots in the Bible and its principal sphere of operations in the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Its prime focus is making Christ known through the proclamation and teaching of God’s Word in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Crosslinks supports workers across cultural and other boundaries. It co-operates with churches and mission and relief agencies, sponsors students and encourages mission links worldwide.

Christian Aid is an agency of the churches in the UK and Ireland.  

It works wherever the need is greatest – irrespective of religion or race. 

Because it believes in strengthening people to find their own solutions to the problems they face, it supports local organisations, which are best placed to understand local needs. 

It also gives help on the ground through 16 overseas offices.   It strives for a new world transformed by an end to poverty and campaigns to change the rules that keep people poor.

The Leprosy Mission (TLM) is a leading international Christian development mission working in around 30 countries.

It has served people affected by leprosy since 1874.  Its work covers education, detection, medical treatment, rehabilitation and the reintegration of people into their communities. 

It focuses on three areas: South Asia, East Asia/Pacific and Africa.

Mission Aviation Fellowship is a dynamic worldwide partnership whose aim is to provide rapid spiritual and physical care to people in remote places where flying is not a luxury but a lifeline. 

MAF enables the work of aid and development agencies, missions, churches and other groups.