Ministers

Stewart Taylor - Vicar

Stewart Taylor was ordained in July 1977 and served his first curacy at St. Lukes Church, West Norwood in the Southwark diocese. He then became minister in charge of Emmanuel, Tolworth for over 10 years before coming to Cambridge in October 1991 as vicar here.

His interests include tennis, taking photos and family (in no priority order, in case his dear wife Sarah and two now adult children read this). They have run a Christian Family Holiday for the last 20 years for a week in the summer holidays. It has used private schools in Dorset, Kent and now the beautiful Yorshire Dales. 'This has been a highlight for our own children as well as for many other children with their parents.'

He is looking for God to do new things even as he gets older.

Roy Bradfield

As an LLM (Licensed Lay Minister) I am on the PCC (Parochial Church Council) and lead services and preach occasionally. The Mission Committee involves my time as does the AV (Audio Visual) equipment at our Church Centre which includes setting up at Alpha courses or church weekends away as required. A Small Group involves my Co-ordination in keeping us going.

Michael Priestley

Licensed Lay Minister (for over 50 years) role - leading services, at church, residential homes, preaching & teaching, pastoral work.

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