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St Margaret's enjoys the dedicated services of clergy, staff members and volunteers, some of whom are listed below.

To see more members of our team, take a look at the bottom of this page at the two groups of photographs. 

Clergy and Staff

  • David Cutts is our Vicar.  He has been at St. Margaret’s since 1994 and has two children.
  • Keith Jones is an Associate Minister. If you would like to know a little more about him, click on the following link: Keith Jones
  • John Elliston is an Associate Minister. If you would like to know a little more about him, click on the following link: John Elliston
  • Phil Hall (phillip-hall@talk21.com) and Heather Jasper (he_jasper@hotmail.com) are our Church Wardens.

Contact points are listed on our Contact page.

Meet some of our team members:

People 01 2019

  • Top row (left to right): David Cutts (Vicar), John Elliston (Associate Minister), Keith Jones (Associate Minister)
  • Middle row (left to right): Christopher Tinker (Director of Music), Phil Hall (Church Warden), Margaret Woodward (Deanery Synod Rep. and Team Leader for Communication)
  • Bottom row (left to right): Heather Jasper (Church Warden), Maggie Conder (Team Leader for Fellowship)

 

 People 02 2019

  • Top row (left to right): Helen Prior-Townsend (Team Leader for Youth), Margaret Llewellyn (Branch Leader Mothers Union), David Hampson (Churchyard Co-ordinator)
  • Middle row (left to right): Peter & June Youngs (Team Leaders for Prayer), Andy Turpin (Verger/Administrator and Team Leader for the Church Centre)
  • Bottom row Dave Scott & Helen Woodfine (Parish Giving Officers)

Members of the St Margaret's Parochial Church Council (PCC) - 2019 - 2020

Vicar: David Cutts
Church Wardens: Phil Hall, Heather Jasper
Secretary: Julia Wilson


Deanery Synod

Sarah Hall
Andy Turpin
George Woodward
Margaret Woodward


Elected Members

Maggie Conder
Helen Prior-Townsend
Mary Johnston
Sarah Milner

Click here to see a pdf list of the current PCC