Who’s who?

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It’s nice to know who you’re talking to, especially if you are new to the church. So here is an introduction to some of the people you are likely to meet. We cannot show everybody but feel free to introduce yourself and we’ll do our best to make you feel welcome.

Russell Moul (Vicar)

Russell is the Vicar of St Paul’s, with overall responsibility for the running of the church. He has been a Church of England minister in the local area for over 17 years. He is married to Ailie and they have four children and five grandchildren. Before becoming a minister, he worked for the Foreign Office and served in the Army and TA.

Martin Bailey (Associate Vicar)

Martin works alongside the Vicar, sharing and explaining the good news about Jesus.   After a few years of publishing in  London, he was a vicar in the City of Plymouth for 11 years and of two village churches in North Bedfordshire for 11 years.  Martin joined St Paul’s in 2018. His wife Nicky has recently become a Primary school teacher. They have 5 grown up children. 

 

Stuart Brooks (Church warden)

Stuart is one of the church wardens, or senior volunteer leaders, at St Paul’s. He is married to Jacqui. His experience and expertise have made him a very valuable member of the church’s leadership team for many years.

Jon Trinder (Church warden)

Known as Joff, he is the other church warden. He is married to Cat and they have 4 children. Joff has known and loved the Lord Jesus for over 20 years and has been part of the fellowship at St Paul’s since 2004.

Steve Dunn

 Steve is part of the London City Mission team, and supporting us in Harold Hill.  His aim is to open up the good news of Jesus to everyone – to let it pour out of the doors of the church and into the neighbourhood. There’s no one in this world who doesn’t need the saving power of Jesus and a life-changing relationship with Him!’

Helene Callaghan

Helene is responsible for lots of the behind-the-scenes administration at St Paul’s.