Marcus oversees the Barge’s ministry, taking a lead in preaching, praying, outreach and pastoral care of the church family.
Matt assists Marcus, and has particular oversight of the Midweek ministry to local workers.
Fiona is responsible for all things “women”, aiming that in all aspects of church life women are reached out to, discipled and trained.
Ray is the gospel worker for Mandarin speakers with the aim of seeing them mature in Christ.
Alison is currently running a Bible study group for women who work in the Wharf, a Christianity Explored course and is happy to meet with anyone interested in learning more about or growing in the Christian faith.
Jing runs the church office and is the first person many people will meet when they step onto the Barge for the first time.
Andrew is the senior pastor of Grace Church Greenwich, a church planted in partnership between the Barge and St Helen’s Bishopsgate.
Chris and Ros are working full-time at Uganda Martyrs’ Seminary, Kampala, an Anglican theological training institution training men and women for ordained gospel ministry in the Anglican Church of Uganda. Chris is teaching systematic theology, New Testament, mission and practical theology courses. Ros is involved in pastoral care of female students and is a full-time mum. Chris and Ros also work as Sunday School co-ordinators in their local parish church.
In late August 2012, Clayton & Mel moved to Olomouc on a 10-month placement under the NEXT programme to work amongst the English-speaking international students studying at Palacký University
Born and bred in KwaZulu-Natal, Musa studied Civil Engineering in UKZN where he met his wife Masana and served in Christ Church Glenwood. He worked as an Engineer for 4 years before completing his BTh at George Whitefield College. In October his family got a little bigger with the birth of their son Ayabonga. Musa’s hobbies include binging on a good TV series, analysing politics and watching sports.