We have one full time member of staff – our Rector, part-time Directors of Music and Children & Young people’s work and an elected group of volunteer trustees, the Vestry. We are committed to collaborative leadership and organisation.
We seek to offer practical support and inspiration by a creative, spiritual practice of prayer, song, silence and sacrament.
We aspire to be a community of welcome – and a safe place for all, irrespective of age, race, gender, tradition, sexuality, disability or health status. We are members of the Inclusive Church network.
We look to explore a biblical perspective on life, in a thoughtful and informed way, as we seek to:
– live out the Christian faith in areas of hospitality, diversity and inclusive community;
– renew our participation in worship, faith and spirituality;
– actively campaign for social justice at all levels and be committed to the common good, trade justice and a critique of economic policies that increase poverty and inequality;
We seek to actively collaborate with and support a range of aid agencies and charities including Christian Aid, Tear Fund, L’Arche, Mercy Corps and The Rock Trust.