Who is Who
John is the Vicar at All Saints Church. He is passionate about helping people discover who Jesus is and the difference He makes to their lives. John is married to Claire and they have two daughters. He enjoys all sport (more watching then playing these days), and he’s a very keen angler.
I joined the All Saints Community with my husband about 10 years ago. During a varied career in Education and Local Authority Legal Services, I have trained in counselling and worked with some of the more vulnerable members of society. I have been the Parish Safeguarding Officer and DBS Validator since 2018.
Administrator, Pastoral Assistant
I am married to Ian and we have 2 boys in their mid-20’s. We started coming to All Saints on Christmas Eve 1990. I became the Church Administrator in 2007 and I am also a Pastoral Assistant, a Fellowship Group leader, a Splash group leader.
Church Warden, Occasional Preacher.
I am married to Marion and we have two boys in their mid 20s. We started coming to All Saints when we first moved into the area in 1991.
Church Warden, Children and Youth Coordinator.
I came to live in West Ewell in May 1984 with my husband, dog and two cats. I joined All Saints after having my daughter in 1987. I have two lovely grandsons a 3 year old and a 3 month old.
Deputy Church Warden.
I have been attending All Saints since I was a baby! I am involved in many of the church activities (Cafes, youth work) and am currently working closely with the Church Wardens in discharging their responsibilities.
LLM, Prayer and Healing Ministry Lead.
I licensed as LLM in 1998. My ministry has been incredibly varied from taking child and adult baptism and confirmation courses, to pastoral care, schools work, presiding at funerals, leading church services and organising quiet days.
Pastoral Care Lead
I'm a recently retired widower with 3 adult children. I have been at All Saints for more than 20 years and help with the Honeycomb and Youth cafes. I coordinate the pastoral team consisting of 2 pastoral assistants, the LLM, and a pastoral visitor. The PCC members and wardens all share responsibility for keeping in contact with our congregation.
PETER Duneclift, Pastoral Assistant
I am married to Sheila and we have two grown up children and six grandchildren. I have been a member of All Saints for quite some time and also help with the Prayer Line and Prayer Ministry.
Prayer Ministry, CTE Rep
I am married to Bill & we have an adult daughter called Sarah. We have worshiped at All Saints since 2004. Bill & I both have a “heart” for people with Learning Disabilities. We are volunteers for The Sunnybank Trust, a local Charity.
I came to All Saints about 3 years ago. I am involved with the Men’s ministry (often organising the social events) as well as the Youth Cafe and developing the church garden.
I am currently looking after the vicarage whilst we are in Interregnum. It is such a joy to see our Church from my front window and to be part of a loving and caring Church family.
I have had connections with All Saints since I was a child as I was born in West Ewell. I came to All Saints just over four years ago.
I joined All Saints about 4 years ago, moving from another local church. I am a retired legal secretary and I am now using my skills as the PCC secretary.
I am a member of the Honeycomb Cafe team.
I started coming to All Saints about 6 years ago after moving to the area. I'd heard about the friendly church whilst going to Toddler Time with my little boy, Rory, who's now 7. I also have a 4 year old girl called Aoife. I'm married to Ronan and I work part time at the University for the Creative Arts in Epsom.
I started coming to All Saints about 5 years ago when we had our second child baptised. I particularly enjoy the family friendly and very accommodating ethos that the church has.
These people also make up the PCC (Parochial Church Council). They were elected to share the leadership of All Saints and represent a real cross section of our church. They meet 8-10 times per year and are there to listen to and represent all the church family. If you would like to contact the PCC you can do so through our church office.