Meet some of us

 

 

 

Tim Edworthy

Minister

In September 2014 Tim started his ministry at Well Street United Church.

Tim grew up in Lowestoft and on leaving college went to work for Lloyds Bank.  He then worked for Nationwide Buidling Society and The Leeds and Holbeck. 

In 1993 Tim went to Regents Park College, Oxford to train as a Baptist Minister.

He is married to Wendy and they have 2 grown up daughters.

Tim enjoys golf, cycling and walking with Wendy.

Wendy Edworthy

Church Administrator

Wendy grew up in Hayes,Middlesex.  She made a committment to Christ at the age of 10 and was baptised at 17 years old. 

Wendy is our Church Administrator looking after the day to day running of our church. 

Wendy enjoys working with children and was an officer in the Girls' Brigade for many years.  She is now part of our Childrens' team on a Sunday morning and also Thursday evenings.

 

 

Geoff Morris

Church Treasurer and Elder

  Geoff made a commitment to Christ at the age of 17, and was baptised while at university. 

In November 2017 Geoff was appointed as an Elder and also Church Treasurer.  This is his second term as treasurer (with a break inbetween)

Katy Morris

Lay Pastoral Care Worker

Katy and her husband Geoff have been with us since 2007.
They both are valued members of Well Street and Katy assists Tim Edworthy in looking after our three linked Methodist chapels by supporting the various people and groups.

Katy also is the editor for our monthly magazine.  

     
 

Andrew Brazell

Church Elder

Andrew first came to faith as a teenager in the 1980s when growing up as part of a Baptist Church in the Milton Keynes area. He joined Well Street Church in 1998 together with his wife Lorna and in 2016 re-joined the elders team. They share leadership of a Bible study home group, responsibility for Sunday morning children’s work, and caring for 2 teenage daughters of their own. Andrew regularly visits developing countries in his job as an Audit Manager for an international charity. He enjoys film, reading and time spent with friends.

     
 

John Boxwell

 Church Elder

John became a Christian at a Crusader camp in 1958.   After a career in horticultural research he entered the Baptist Ministry, retiring in early 2009.   Together with his wife, Jenny (also a Baptist Lay Pastor)  he maintains an itinerant preaching ministry in the local area.

 

     
     
 

Margaret Kentish

Church Elder

Margaret and her husband Graham  moved to Buckingham in 2013.