The parish of Holy Trinity Redhill takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Further information about this can be found on our Safeguarding page.
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.
Sarah-Louise trained at St Mellitus Theological College, London and completed her ordinand training with St Luke's Church, Reigate. Married to Pete, they have three teenagers, two at St Bede's School and one at university. With a background in sports science and business, Sarah-Louise's past work has been in health promotion, teaching and lecturing working for Christians in Sport, All Nations College and Godstone Farm.
As a family they have lived in Redhill and worshipped at HT for 18 years with family life revolving around sport, music, cooking and walking their dog, Evie.
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I am married to Mark, and we have three married children and three
grandsons. We enjoy walking in our local countryside with our dog. We are keen gardeners and grow lots of fruit and vegetables. We enjoy camping on the north Cornish coast and swim in the beautiful clear water. For less energetic relaxation I read and sew. A Christian for over 50 years, I’ve been a member of HT for eight. I serve on the church council (PCC) and also on Diocesan Synod. I am currently one of HT’s Parish Safeguarding Officers.
Mike is married to Kalpita with two grown-up daughters. He had a career in the field of Biomedical Science but retired in 2014. The family have been at Holy Trinity for many years and Mike has served on coffee rotas and been involved with the Timperley Church and organising the Wayfarers walking group. He hopes to be an encouragement to Holy Trinity in its proclamation of the gospel and to fellow HT members as they grow in faith. Mike enjoys walking and playing tennis, as well as the arts.
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