Mick is the Vicar at Holy Trinity Redhill.
Mick is married to Libby with two teenage children. He's a former electrician and worked in parish evangelism with Church Army prior to ordination.
He supports Derby County from his armchair and keeps fit by walking the dog and riding his motor bike.
Sarah arrived at Holy Trinity in March 2014, having previously served as Associate Vicar at St Nicolas, Newbury.
She is responsible for discipleship and training at Holy Trinity and loves helping people of all ages and life stages find their place in the Kingdom of God.
In her spare time she enjoys time with friends and family, and can often be found trying out new baking recipes.
Lizzie Baker has been the youth minister at Holy Trinity Redhill since September 2010. She grew up in Banstead and went to Oak Hill Theological college. She is married to Nick and they have a little girl called Rebecca. Lizzie loves spending time with the young people at Holy Trinity, walking alongside them as they grow in their faith and teaching them the truths of the Bible. She also enjoys baking, trips to the seaside and any opportunity to go to McDonalds!
Families and Children Minister
Born in Portsmouth Dave became a Christian in 1981. He has worked as a machine setter, Mechanical Inspector and in Quality Control. He is married to Gay with one son, Chris. With over 19 years of experience working with Children and Families Dave previously worked in 3 other Churches, 1 in Portsmouth and 2 in London. His qualifications include a Diploma in Children’s Evangelism and Nurture (Cliff College). A team developer he enjoys working with teams to create new programmes, courses and groups. Dave comes to Holy Trinity with a strong sense of calling to support families, create new programmes, and develop and support teams volunteering in his remit. Pastimes include motorcycling, attending the theatre and good food.
Lynn brought up her family in Redhill and has attended Holy Trinity for many years. She has been involved in leading the Prayer Team, safeguarding and catering. Lynn’s past work experience will be helpful in managing the challenges of the diverse role of being a church warden. Lynn is a trustee of ESRA, a local charity supporting people with psychological problems to retain or find employment. She also enjoys singing, gardening and being with family and friends.
Paul and his wife Pat joined Holy Trinity more than 20 years ago and he has served on teams for children’s ministry, safeguarding and music. Paul was elected as a churchwarden in 2014, and finds that the role presents different challenges and opportunities each year. He values the teamwork with the clergy, staff and PCC members. Before he retired, Paul worked in education, and he keeps up this connection through being a trustee of SparkFish and a school governor. He enjoys music, art, the local countryside, and being a grandpa.
Director of Operations
David and his wife Cynthia moved to Redhill, with their three children (Andrew, Peter, Rachel), some 15 years ago, and have been part of Holy Trinity throughout that time.
David worked for 33 years in Government Finance and went part-time in the civil service to take up the Director of Operations role at Holy Trinity. Alongside two part-time roles, David keeps busy with charity work:
Cynthia and David enjoy family holidays, usually in France, and, when time permits, take a gentle walk in the Surrey Hills on a Sunday afternoon.
PA to Mick Hough