Who's who

Revd Canon Mark Pilgrim

Vicar
I have been Vicar of St Peter's for 14 years - and it has been fascinating to see how Henleaze continues to change and develop as time goes by. My wife and I have four children and a grandchild. As well as being Vicar of St Peter's, I am an area manager ('Area Dean') in a team led by the Bishop of Bristol: I am also a member of General Synod, the Church of England's parliament. For relaxation I enjoy playing squash, walking, sailing, running and playing finger-picking guitar on a Levin Goliath I have had for 40 years.

Revd Iain McColl

Curate
I have been a curate at St Peter's since July 2014, having returned to Bristol from Cambridge, where I did my theological training. Prior to that I was a solicitor, working both in the City of London and in Bristol. Outside of my life and work as a curate, I enjoy spending time with my family, swimming, tennis and hiking. I also enjoy reading and discussing theology, philosophy and politics.

Sarah Thomas

Licensed Lay Minister
I work full time as a solicitor, specialising in environmental law and have lived in Bristol since 2001. I was licensed as a Lay Minister in 2006 and have enjoyed being involved in many of the wide ranging activities at St Peters; at the moment concentrating on preaching, being part of the Healing and Prayer ministry, Ministry Leadership Team and an occasional member of small groups. I'm beginning to think about life after paid employment and am looking forward to knowing God's plans for my future.

Ian Love

Licensed Lay Minister
Shortly after taking early retirement from my career in Banking in the early 1990s I commenced training as a Lay Minister and was licensed in 1997. By virtue of my age I have developed a particular ministry amongst the senior section of the congregation. Nevertheless I am also comfortable in the company of much younger people. Flexibility and adaptability are my watchwords. In addition to St. Peter's I lead services at other churches from time to time especially where they have no minister of their own. When not involved in church related matters I indulge my interest in vintage transport, in particular old buses and steam trains

Kathy Kilgour

Licensed Lay Minister
I have worshipped at St Peter's since 2006, and was licensed as a Lay Minster in September 2015. I am married and the mother to five children including two sets of twins. I work part time as a preschool administrator. In St Peter's I am particularly involved in co ordinating house groups and in a range of work with children and young people. I have enjoyed being part of a local book group for the last 11 years with other local mums. This led me to take up running when a few of us decided to try and get fit together. I can't keep up with my husband and teenage sons, but still enjoy getting out, as long as the weather is not too bad.

Emma Woodworth

Parish Administrator