Our Leadership Team

Be shepherds of God’s flock that is under your care, watching over them—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not pursuing dishonest gain, but eager to serve; not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock.1 Peter ch5 v2-3

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Joshua Waldock

Minister in Training

Josh joined the church in September 2021 as our Minister in Training. He is part time with the church, and part time studying at Spurgeon's College.

He is married to Laura, and they have two lively children, Eli and Reuben. When they're not busy with church life they enjoy exploring anywhere with wildlife, parks and theme parks.

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Gill Page

Elder

Gill, with her husband Harry, has been a member of FBC for over thirty years, half of that time as Church Secretary. Previously she had served our local Baptist Association in several leadership roles. Sudden onset hearing loss and hyperacusis prevented her from continuing with much of this  work, but God found other ways for her to continue to serve Him and His Church.  

 

Gill was an infant school teacher, which may become obvious when she speaks in church! Harry and Gill have two sons and six grandchildren; their great desire is to see their family come to know and love Jesus.

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Valerie Harwood

Treasurer

To Follow

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Shelia Allwood

Deacon
Young Church Leader
Deputy Safeguarding Officer

To follow

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Jenny Smith

Deacon

To Follow

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Tony Smith

Deacon

To Follow

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Mary Hawyes

Window Magazine Editor

To Follow

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Lynn Moss

Designated Safeguarding Officer
Health and Safety Officer

Lynn has been serving at FBC since 2005 and takes care of all things concerned with Health and Safety and the law. 

 

She is also the designated person for Safeguarding at the church to ensure everyone is in a safe and secure environment when they attend FBC. 

 

"The Word of God declares time and time again that He has a heart for vulnerable people, and the expectations he places upon communities and societies in how we should respond to, and treat those that fall within that category. 

 

This is my role!"