Before Grace Church Greenwich was launched in 2015 Andrew was heading up the ministry to workers at St Peter's Barge, Canary Wharf. Andrew went to university in Cambridge where he met his wife, Josie, and they have 4 daughters. He left the medical profession in 2005 to train for ordination in the Church of England at Oak Hill Theological College. He enjoys seeing friends and over-analysing films.
After studying Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge, Andrew worked for a year at St Andrew the Great. He then completed a doctorate at York University, before working for St Helen's Bishopsgate. Andrew trained at Oak Hill Theological College and Cornhill. He enjoys writing and has co-authored Dig Deeper and Pierced for Our Transgressions.
Molly originally hails from the sunny desert land of Phoenix, Arizona, and moved to the U.K. with her husband Jon in August 2015. She studied Psychology and Sociology at The University of Arizona, and works as a part-time youth worker alongside her role as church co-ordinator. Besides family and friends, Molly has many loves, including: hiking, Mexican food, and all things hip-hop. While she does miss many things about Arizona (like feeling warm) she has fallen in love with England and is grateful to God for bringing her to Greenwich and to Grace Church.
Julia remembers praying at the age of five, although she's had ups and downs since then. She's convinced Jesus rose from the dead and that He is really really wonderful. Although originally a country girl, she had such a good time at Grace Church that she stuck around as an apprentice, whilst studying on the Cornhill Training Course. Alongside music and friends, she loves cooking (especially if it includes cheese) and Latvian lessons.
Before joining Grace Church Greenwich in the summer of 2016, Neil attended St. Helen's Bishopsgate, where he met his wife Jenny. Neil came to faith through his parents sharing the gospel with him. He enjoys painting and is thankful for times outside enjoying God’s creation.
Sam heard the gospel when was 18 and believed it straightaway - it was the best news he had ever heard! He spent the next six or so years attending a church in central London before moving to plant Grace Church Greenwich in 2015. By day he’s a jazz pianist but he also enjoys chess and reading, and most of all spending time with his wife Eva.
Sam grew up in Cornwall, reluctantly leaving to study Economics in Nottingham. Having graduated in 2003 he spent 13 years in investment banking before finally seeing the light and joining the insurance industry. He enjoys all kinds of water sports, trying to keep up with his two sons and tending his flock of chickens.
Sarah works part time as a teacher at the same School that her two boys attend. She enjoys being back in the classroom after having seven years at home being a full time Mum. On her days off Sarah enjoys having the house to herself, pottering around doing jobs with a bit of iplayer on in the background. She loves Thursday mornings when she meets up with some of the Grace Church women, where they study God's word, apply it to their lives and eat lots of cake with copious amounts of tea.
Despite his exotic looks, Hang is actually a local: he has lived in the Borough of Greenwich for most of his life. Hang has a Hong Kong Chinese heritage and he speaks English and Cantonese. Hang is a qualified pharmacist and is married to Janise. He enjoys all things related to comic book superheroes, all the while knowing that there is one real living “superhero” who saves the world: Jesus Christ. Janise is a Malaysian who studied in Singapore, worked in Johor Bahru and now lives in London with her husband, Hang. Janise underwent ministry training at St Helen's Bishopsgate and while serving there, became convicted of the Gospel's power to unite people of different tribes, languages and nations. She enjoys cooking and experimenting with varying cuisines. Currently working as an English-Mandarin interpreter, she is slowly picking up Cantonese while hoping not to be confused with her Hokkien dialect, or forget the Malay language.
Caroline is a clinical linguist who works for a university in central London. As well as loving learning and trying to understand communication disorders, she loves singing and listening to quality Christian music. Her musical tastes range from Elgar and James Taylor to Bucks Fizz, Deacon Blue and Vulfpeck.