Vicar: Richard Moy
Richard became vicar at CCW4 in January 2012. Formerly an advisor for the Diocese of Lichfield, he has been involved in starting new forms of church across the West Midlands. He is passionate that CCW4 should be Christ’s Church for the community and be a place/movement where people are equipped for life to be all God calls them to be. Loves tennis, football, travel and time with his wife and children. He has co-authored a little book on leadership and social media and is currently studying for a Doctorate in Theology and Ministry in his spare time.
Associate Vicar: Nicola Moy
Nicola leads alongside Richard and was our first Associate Vicar. Nicola has developed many of our family ministries at CCW4 alongside bringing up three young children with Richard. She came to faith as a child during a time of mini-revival at All Saint’s Brixton (lead by Mike Breen) of God at work when she was a child in London. Nicola is involved at a Diocesan level in recruiting and developing people in ordained ministry and a school governor at the Green School. She loves getting together with old friends and as much overseas travel as possible.
Associate Vicar: Mike Tufnell
Joined CCW4 in June 2014 with a particular brief for seeing our newest site, St Alban’s, Acton Green come back to life. Formerly Mike did his curacy in Cockfosters, N.E. London, working particularly with young people. Prior to that, he trained at St Mellitus College. He is married to Michelle and they have three young children who he is unashamedly besotted with! He loves football and Liverpool FC in particular, golf, snowboarding, the great outdoors and good food and wine. He loves nothing more than seeing Jesus change people’s lives.
Lay Minister: Jenny Mullaly
Jenny has served at CCW4 for over 30 years having previously worshipped at All Souls Langham Place. She has done almost everything in that time, from family worship to funerals. Most recently she has been leading our new children’s church at St Alban’s Church, as well as pastoral visiting, and taking a lead in creative development in the church.
Lay Minister: Simon Wethered
Simon has recently retired from a city law firm but keeps himself very busy with his numerous interests. He completed a sprint-triathlon in 2013 raising money for a restoration project at church, and previously headed up the Christmas appeal at St Martin’s in the Field. Simon has served as a charity commissioner and has a penchant for pilgrimage and fine wine. At CCW4 he plays a key role in the 9am service, mentoring current and future leaders, the Shelter Project and developing prayer.
Facilities Manager: Ian White
Ian joined the staff team at Christ Church W4 when we merged with Acton Green Church in 2013. He spends his time looking after our buildings and much of his focus in 2016 was working on the St Alban's back to life project. Ian is the man to talk to if you want to rent space at CCW4 or get involved in practical tasks across our sites.
Meeting Place Co-ordinator: Jenny Eastwood
After our Olympics Café and outreach in 2012 Jenny had the vision to keep the church at Turnham Green open and serving the community. She gave up her job at Wellcare to open up The Meeting Place, and 1600 people a month now come through the doors midweek. She speaks Serbian, Swahili and Russian from her times living abroad and is big sister to Archie Coates.
Pastoral: Angela Denniss
After six years as church warden Angela remained part of the staff team to head up our pastoral care in church. Angela is a stalwart volunteer in the community and the church, helping get The Shelter Project initiated, serving at Playspace and leading the fundraising campaign for the Stonework restoration project in 2013. Angela coordinates a dedicated team of pastoral visitors and is a first point of contact for many in need.
Church Warden: Peter Williams
Peter began his second spell as a church warden at CCW4 in 2014. He runs his own journalism practice with his wife Melanie. Peter is a key member of the 9am and 8pm Soak services and has a heart and gifting for intercession and prophetic prayer. Often the voice of reason and common sense Peter has been involved in developing leaders in CCW4 through our Growth Course, and keeping an eye out for the staff team.
Church Warden: Simon Kerton-Johnson