After 13 years job sharing ministry with my wife Helen, I
was appointed as Superintendent Minister for the Stamford &
Rutland Circuit in 2009.
ministry comprises mission, pastoral care and outreach with
the churches of the circuit.
keen to help people find a living faith and grow in their
discipleship of Christ.
Preaching, leading Bible studies worship forms a major part
of my ministry.
delighted to be part of an outward looking circuit for whom
mission is vitally important.
enjoy time with the family, and relax by singing in a local
chamber choir (St Peters Singers, Peterborough).
Thank you for visiting our circuit website. I hope you will
also visit the circuit!
born in Birmingham and have been a Methodist Minister for
forty years, serving in Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire,
Lancashire, Cheshire and Northumberland and latterly as
Chair of the Newcastle-Upon-Tyne District for the past
also President of The Methodist Conference from 2011-12 and
am an Ecumenical Canon of Newcastle Cathedral.
present I chair the Ministries Committee of The Methodist
Church and with Charlotte I am Chaplain to the Connexional
Team. So whilst in theory I only work ¾ time, in practice I
suspect that may not turn out to be the case!
not doing other things, I love walking, listening to
classical music and keeping a fearful eye on events at Aston
Villa and Warwickshire County Cricket Club.
Rev. Helen Fyall works 10 hours per week for the circuit as
a Children and Family Worker.
This involves creating and sustaining links with toddler
groups in the villages and towns around the circuit, running
activity days and holiday clubs, leading school assemblies
and school clubs, helping with Junior Church and Girl’s
Brigade/Boys Club, leading Tea Time Church services for
young families and pastoral visiting.
Helen is also the Lead Chaplain for Peterborough City
Hospital and Stamford Foundation Trust and works 26 hours
per week in that role.
I live in Deeping St James
and I’m married to Debs with 2 children – Abby (21) now at
Nottingham Uni and Nathan (19) just “freed” from school and
furthering his tennis coaching career
I am a
trained counsellor and worked with the homeless in Wisbech.
I have been a local preacher since aged 17 and worn many
“pastoral” hats in the past. I worked at the Methodist
Publishing House for 10 years, released for good behaviour.
I have a particular interest in ministry to bereaved
families and often lead funeral services
walking, good movies, relaxing with the family to watch
“Endeavour” or “Fringe” and listen to my favourite music –
which includes Jamie Cullum, Lalo Schifrin and the Christian
band Caedmon’s Call.
I am the Youth Outreach Worker for
Stamford Methodist Church and I have been in position
now for 3 years. My role is to outreach to the young
people of the community, building up relationships and
I am one of the college Chaplains at
New College Stamford that is part of the support network
for students. I am part of the Street Pastor Team that
goes out in Stamford on a Saturday evening, where the
team looks out for the welfare of people during the
Legacy Youth Club runs each week for
young people of secondary school age and above,
Wednesdays starting at 7:00pm and finishing at 9:00pm.
I run a weekly lunchtime club and
elective at Casterton Business & Enterprise College and
a weekly lunchtime club at Stamford Welland Academy.
My role also involves working with
the current young people of the church and encouraging
them to outreach to their friends.
in Empingham with my husband Andrzej and two
young children Rosalind and Alex.
lived here for 9 years now following a move
from Harbury in Warwickshire.
Studied Jewellery, Silversmithing and
Jewellery design at a University in Kent and
still have a huge interest in anything
creative and arty! Since university i have
worked in design/administrative roles in the
Birmingham Jewellery Quarter, and also taken
on many commissions privately.
moving to Empingham i have worked as a
Planning/Office Manager for a local food
10 hrs a week for the Circuit and can
normally be found in the Circuit office on a
Tuesday. I also work occasionally for Tumble
Tots and I am the Clerk and Responsible
Officer for Empingham Parish Council.