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MEET THE TEAM: Meet the Team

OUR MINISTRY TEAM

Meet The Team

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Team Rector

Rev Gill Morgan

Being Team Rector in North Hinckford allows me to embrace ministry in the most beautiful of rural settings.  I love the village way of life that is friendly, neighbourly and caring with opportunity to get to know people personally. 

Living in the countryside enhances my relationship with God as I walk and chat with Him (and my four legged friend Bertie) through the fields and villages.

Gill Morgan

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Team Vicar

Rev Claire Wilkinson
 

Toby (dog) and I have loved moving to the beautiful countryside of North Hinckford.  The amazing open spaces, the friendliness and generosity of everyone we have met. 

 

It is an incredible place to be called to minister and I am excited to see how the Holy Spirit will lead us into new ventures and build up our traditional worshipping communities.

Claire Wilkinson

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Curate

Rev Kate Sale

I love rural life having lived in nearby Gosfield for nearly 25 years.

I have two grown up sons, both now living away from home and I enjoy walking and cycling with Tony, my husband and with Bo, our dog (although she can't actually do the  cycling bit!) 

I also work as an advice and support worker for a national charity. I joined the North Hinckford team to start my curacy during the summer of 2021.

 

Kate Sale

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Lay Representative

Mally Graham

My happy place when things are getting on top has always been the mountains, just like my Christian life it’s always been full of ups, downs and winding pathways. It was only by trudging down one of these well-trodden paths, one we’ve all walked before - to my “wits end” did I find God waiting with answers.

Mally Graham

 

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Team Administrator and

Weddings Coordinator

Fi Wildblood

 

North Hinckford is a wonder place to work. I enjoy travelling across the beautiful, peaceful countryside from Belchamp St Paul in the west to Gt Henny in the east, and visiting the other parishes of the benefice.

My Sealyham terrier, Alfie, is often seen with me at one of our churches on a Sunday, but his favourite time of the week is when I am working at the Rector or the Vicarage when he is able to play with Bertie and Toby!

Fi Wildblood

Authorised Lay Preachers

Rosemary Branwhite

Fiona Gault

Mally Graham

Susan Langan

David Mercer

Ann Robertson

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