Stuart Murray Williams works as a trainer/consultant under the auspices of the Anabaptist Network and is one of the coordinators of Urban Expression and he is also Chair of the Trustees.
Tim Foley works with Mennonite Mission Network, an agency that facilitates mission around the world on behalf of the Mennonite Church in the USA.
Diane Stitt Melchert – ‘Having been a Mennonite Anabaptist all my adult life, I was gratified to find that there are Mennonites and other Anabaptists in the UK when I moved here from the USA.’ Diane is an ordained Mennonite minister living and ministering in Oxford.
Ian Milligan says ‘I first came across Mennonites via the ‘Book cupboard’ in LMC, that was sometime in the early 1970s. I was inspired then by ‘The Politics of Jesus’ and subsequently by Alan and Ellie Kreider. Been part of a small urban community in Glasgow for 30+ years (Bert).
Jeremy Thomson discovered the London Mennonite Centre in 1995 and is the former Chair of the Trust since December 2013. His day-job is as Principal Lecturer in Theology (Vice Principal) at Oasis College, London.
Linda Wilson has been involved with the Anabaptist Network in various ways over many years, having found much about Anabaptism that resonated with her own spirituality. She is a church historian.
A Religious Dissenter all my life, crystallising thinking over last few decades. After training for Mission Ministry at Spurgeon’s College I ministered in a church, planted one and then worked as a representative advocate for a Union caring for Faith Workers who fell foul of their superiors. I have kept a semi-day job alive and find my heart in the Anabaptist Tradition.
Ian Geere is the Trust Office Manager. His has a background in both Chartered Accountancy and Baptist Ministry, seemingly unrelated and yet often overlapping. He has served on the governing bodies of several organisations, and has enjoyed previous experiences working alongside Urban Expression and the Anabaptist Network. Having lived in various parts of the UK, Ian is now based in Manchester with his family, and revelling in his new-found part-time status. In his spare time, he is trying to work out what the future holds for Christianity and it’s expression beyond traditional church.
Alex Ellish is a Development Worker for The Mennonite Trust helping to organise a variety of events and initiatives to inform people about the work of the Trust and the contribution Anabaptist-Mennonite values can make to people’s lives. Alex lives in Harold Hill in the far East End of London with her husband Phil, daughter Gracie and son James. Alex is an ordained Baptist minister working with Church 123. When not mothering, wifing or pastoring, Alex is trying to brush up on her piano skills, finish reading a whole book and developing her feminist side.