We also have many excellent voluntary leaders who serve magnificently along with hundreds of other volunteers. We strongly believe that our vision of serving our city and reaching the lost in this part of London and beyond, cannot be left to our staff team alone.
The eldership is made up of both staff and non-staff elders who are responsible for the spiritual direction, care and protection of our church family. They work closely and in partnership with the team of trustees who are responsible for the legal, financial and employment aspects of church life.
We have established a staff Senior Leadership Team to help implement our vision, consisting of:
Steve Tibbert, Senior Pastor – responsible for leading the Eldership, the Senior Leadership Team and the Trustees. Steve is also involved in Newfrontiers and regularly coaches other lead elders.
Phil Varley, Senior Associate Pastor – responsible for overseeing the four sites, ensuring consistency with our values across the whole church and championing the individual ministries of King's
Tristan Newman, Executive Pastor – responsible for the management of staff, finances and buildings over the four sites
Andrew Wilson, Teaching Pastor – responsible for much of the preaching and teaching at King's. Andrew has a PhD in theology, has written numerous books and regularly blogs at thinktheology.co.uk.
Hilary Dalziel – assists in leading the Catford site, is the main driving force behind Groups at King's and is part of the Pastoral Care Team, organising much of the training of pastoral care staff and volunteers.
Our Site Pastoral Teams, together with other operations staff and interns, oversee all the activities at each site. Many staff carry a church-wide responsiblity in addition their local site roles.
The leadership and staff regularly pray for people who call King's home and for the community and city we're looking to serve and reach. Please pray for those who serve us in providing governing leadership to the church, for the whole staff team across all four of our sites, along with all those who volunteer, without whom King's wouldn't function.