Leadership Team

Rev. George Rogers

Vicar
Rev. George Rogers
I have been the Vicar or senior pastor in Werrington since 2003 and have the responsibility for the care of the whole of the Parish including all of the congregations at St. John’s and Emmanuel. I was ordained in 1978 serving in the church in Canada for the first 20 years of ministry and now here in Werrington after a short time in Tonbridge Kent. I long to see this parish grow and for the people who are part of it to mature spiritually. This is an Evangelical Charismatic parish with a lot of talented people who are building up the body of Christ.I enjoy woodturning as a hobby and find creating useful or artistic objects out of lumps of wood a challenge that rejuvenates my soul.Why don’t you join us as we seek to Know Jesus Live Jesus and Share Jesus!
Rev. Sue Fear Associate Vicar
Rev. Sue Fear
Jesus invites us to Follow Him! When we respond to Jesus in love and faith we take a step on an amazing journey and our lives are changed forever. In September 2012, I started full time ministry serving as Assistant Curate in WPC, where I am privileged to witness the power of Jesus’ transforming love in the lives of those I meet through prayer and praise, conversation, laughter and tears. Prior to taking early retirement from the NHS, I led a multidisciplinary clinical team, which offered assessments and interventions for children with learning disabilities and additional behavioural, mental health or neurodevelopment needs. I am married to Kevin, we have three grown up children and I’m Nanny to Isaac and Benjamin. Wherever you are on your journey with Jesus, I hope you’ll be encouraged to seek Him and discover God’s love for you.Licensed as Associate Vicar of Werrington Parish Church on 27 September 2015.
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Rev. Charles May

Hon. Associate Minister
Rev. Charles May
I moved from Fulham in London to Werrington in 1994 to enjoy a supposed retirement. For my years I am very active in conducting Services but mainly preaching all over the place.Photography is my main hobby. I am passionate about Prayer, Biblical Exposition, and Revival. I write Booklets and am on the 3rd and last volume of my Memoirs. The first is about my birth in a London Slum until my Ordination in 1958; The 2nd is about my ministry mainly in East London and the 3rd will take me into Retirement. Joyce and I have two daughters and eight grand-children.
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Rev. Jan Leader

Hon. Associate Minister
Rev. Jan Leader
I was born in Peterborough and grew up here until I went to college in Cambridge to study hotel Management. I then went on to manage a hotel in Richmond in Surrey. Then about 10 years later returned to Peterborough and opened a craft shop in Werrington. I became a Christian in 1978 through the ministry of this church and later led the CYFA group and became Youth Work Co-ordinator also helping with house group leaders training. I changed my secular work and went to work for Sense, the deaf/blind association where I was a senior manager for 17 years, managing all the Craft workshops. I stayed there until I was ordained in 1997. My curacy was served in Desborough and I then went on to be the vicar of St Barnabas in Wellingborough for 11 years until I retired in 2012 when I moved back here to join the team in Werrington Parish. My hobbies are anything craft orientated and I love cooking. I like antiques and enjoy spending time with my Jack Russell Tilly. My passion is preaching the word of God and I am so blessed to be able do that here with you all.
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Rev. John Price

Hon. Associate Minister
Rev. John Price
I was born in Yorkshire where I met Cynthia and then moved to Peterborough due to a job relocation. Went to study theology at Ridley Hall, Cambridge. Was curate in the Leicester diocese and also an advisor to BBC Radio Leicester. Then worked for Anglican Mission agency for a number of years as a Regional Co-ordinator. Returned parochial ministry at St. Marks, Peterborough. Involved in City Centre Churches Together initiatives. Took early retirement in 2011 which allowed me to do more locum work in Europe. Invited by George to be part of the ministry team here in Werrington in 2011 which I continue to do and enjoy.
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Youth Minister
Newton Kibiringi
I was born and brought up in Kenya where I accepted Jesus Christ’ invitation to his gracious offer of salvation in my early teenage years. I have experienced the joy of salvation in my daily life and I continue to in faith march on within the promise of the glorious eternal hope. I delight in living Jesus’ command to love the Lord with all of my being and to the love of my neighbour.My calling to the children and the young people as well as their families is the one I have continued to passionately pursue for the last four years both in Kenya and in the UK. I remain grateful to God for the opportunity to be the Youth Minister in Werrington Parish Church and for the three years of youth work I just finished in Bury, Lancashire. I believe the Lord has an unbiased place for everyone and my hope remains anchored on him alone as I serve him mainly in the appreciation of the young people and the little as welcome partakers in his Kingdom. Come one, come all and let us delight in Jesus Christ our true hope.
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Anne Wells 200 Parish Administrator
Anne Wells
I originally worked in the Parish Office from May 2000 until Oct 2006 as the assistant. I enjoyed my time working with Val so much that I returned to the Office in 2012 for a couple of hours each week and now find myself working alongside Sarah after Val’s well-earned retirement. The work is always varied and one of the things I enjoy most is the contact with church members. Hopefully everyone feels they’ve had a cheerful greeting and helpful conversation when they call in or ring us.
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Parish Administrator

Sarah Painter
I joined the Parish Office in March 2007. No two days have been the same since! It’s amazing what a variety of tasks can be fitted into 16 hours each week. It’s a very busy office to work in and there is no telling what you might be asked to do. It’s a great atmosphere to work in with lots of visitors through the door & people ringing. From preparing the weekly notice sheet; counting crockery being lent out for various events & listing every song that has been sung, printed or displayed in church for copyright purposes, to all manner of other things which need doing, the day is never dull. I also do the inputting of the church finances. Jean Parker is the Financial Assistant, working in the office an hour or so most Mondays and she is part of the team alongside the Administrators, that our Treasurer relies upon to keep the financial records updated and recorded correctly.

 

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