Colin is a semi-retired TAS teacher, sharing his skills with us as part of the tech team. When not behind the sound desk, you might catch Colin playing his djembe in a drum circle or enjoying the local lawn bowls competition.
Profile Category: Leadership
A retired history teacher, Gary brings an informed and storied perspective to all our deliberations and makes a popular and highly valued contribution to our preaching ministry. Gary also enjoys being on the sidelines cheering on his grandchildren in a variety of sports, especially rugby!
Lyndal is a highly experienced school counsellor with a deep empathy for people in difficult circumstances. She hosts our Wednesday Bible studies and offers hospitality whenever the occasion arises. Lyndal is an advocate for inclusion and an active hockey player!
A retired administrator, Helen is active in organising hospitality, particularly making sure that Wesley Hall is filled with inviting snacks for weddings, funerals and other special occasions. We value her wise counsel and active pastoral care.
Earl is a Camden local heavily involved with serving the local community. A deeply practical man, Earl can be relied upon to support people in tough times and find solutions to pressing problems.
Jeanette keeps track of our decisions and discussions as a council, while also keeping an eye out for everyone’s welfare. Drawing on her rich history as a mother, grandmother, youth leader and friend, Jeanette is always ready to listen, pray and offer practical support.
A retired accountant, Alan still uses his highly developed financial skills to serve our church and keep us on a generous path of giving to those in need. When not carefully watching over the books, Alan and Jeanette can be found travelling the highways and by-ways with their caravan in tow.
Linda is a local funeral director, offering genuine care to people in the midst of their grief. Our church benefits from her unique blend of practical effectiveness and genuine compassion as she leads our council. If you’re out early enough, you might see Linda on her regular early morning walks.
Chris started in Christian ministry with the Baptists, working in pastoral and social justice settings. After 17 years in primary teaching, he commenced at Camden Uniting Church in September of 2020. Chris likes drumming and printmaking, canoeing and bushwalking, but most of all he loves good conversations about Jesus.