Churches are places where every believer has a part to play in church family life. Within that, though, some of us are supported so that we can give more of our time to looking after God's people.
Pictured above, from left to right:
Mark Aldham, Kirsten Guthrie, Sabrina Walsh (former church administrator), Chris Huntley, Jeremy Hobson
As a teenager, Jeremy knew that there was something different about Christians, and took advantage of a seemingly too-good-to-be-true offer of forgiveness through Jesus. Coming up to medical school in London, he met other Christians who showed him what it was like to take God seriously. He retrained for ministry at a Oak Hill in North London, close to the hospital where he used to work. Now married with teenage kids, he's amazed that his day job involves teaching the same Bible about which he was once so skeptical.
Kirsten was privileged to grow up in a Christian home and decided to trust her life to Jesus at a summer camp. She's grateful for God’s patience over the years as she gets to grips with what it means to trust Jesus each day. Having spent 10 years researching everything from cars to cats to consumer trends, she studied at the Cornhill course, while being an apprentice at Trinity. Now she has the joy of spending her time sharing Jesus, supporting and training women at Trinity and beyond.
A part-time maths teacher, Mark spends the rest of his week teaching the Bible and getting involved in the children's work.
Joe works as a teacher for most of the week at London Christian School. But this year he's working for Trinity one day a week as he prepares to train for ministry in the Church of England. (Joe is not yet pictured above)
Born and bred in Islington, Chris is serving the church family as a Trinity apprentice.
Rachel works part time as a Nurse Educator. She divides the rest of her time between the Cornhill Training Course and serving the Trinity Church family. (Rachel is also, not yet pictured above)
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