The North Cheltenham Clergy Team
(Team Vicar with special responsibility for All Saints)
Fr Robert Wright
“I am new to Cheltenham, having served previously as a priest in South London, and before that, North Devon. I grew up and came to faith in East London, and I trained for the ministry at St Stephen’s House, Oxford.
I am looking forward to serving alongside my fellow clergy and people in the North Cheltenham Team Ministry. Welcome to our website, and please know that you are warmly invited to join us for worship and fellowship.
To contact Fr. Robert – Telephone 07909 043 811 Email: email@example.com
Revd Jennifer Wood
Deacon Jennifer is a longstanding member of the All Saints family, having sung in the choir for many years.
She first trained as a nurse in Manchester, before moving to Cheltenham, where she studied for a degree in Religious Studies with History, at St Paul & St Mary’s College (now the University of Gloucestershire).
Returning to work after raising a family, Jennifer worked with local GP surgeries for over 20 years;, and now as a Chaplaincy Volunteer at Cheltenham General, has maintained her connection with the Health Service since retirement.
More recently she trained at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, and was ordained Deacon by Bishop Michael Perham in 2009. As a Perpetual Deacon, which means she will not become a priest, but will remain a Deacon; she is one of a small number of Perpetual Deacons in the Gloucester Diocese..
With Responsibility for Swindon Village, and Elmstone Hardwicke.
Fr George Davis
Fr. George Davis joined us on the 20th September, as the New Team Vicar for the NCTM with special responsibility for Elmstone Hardwicke and Swindon Village.
Ordained as Deacon and then Priest in the diocese of Lichfield in 2011, George served his curacy in West Bromwich before becoming Team Vicar in the Diocese of Worcester. He is married to Johanna who is expecting their first child. George enjoys reading, listening to music, cycling, running and boxercise.
Fr Nicholas Bromfield.
Fr Nick joined the Team in December 2016; he had previously been Team Rector of three parishes in the Forest of Dean for ten years.
Fr Nicholas has a background before Ordination in marketing and management consultancy, skills which often remain useful! He was brought up in Bristol, and read English at St John’s College, Cambridge.
He has an abiding interest in the writings and poetry of George Herbert, and Herbert’s contemporaries.