MEET OUR CHURCH MANAGEMENT TEAM
The management team is responsible for the management of our church.
Before being ordained Ian worked as a Primary School Teacher in Huyton, Liverpool for 11 years. He trained for the ordained ministry at St. John’s Nottingham in 2007 and then took up his first post as Curate in St. John’s Burscough, before moving to Aigburth in 2013 as Vicar. He is married to Nikki, and they have four children (and a dog!). Ian's main interests (outside of his faith and his family) are Liverpool FC, Motorbikes, cycling and anything to do with two wheels!!! He also loves his caravanning holidays and getting out in countryside.
PCC member, Deanery Synod representitive
Margaret has lived all her life in Liverpool, moving from Wavertree to Aigburth in 1966. She has been worshipping at St. Anne's since 1970. She has two children and five grandchildren. Her daughter Sarah lives in the United States near Seattle and has two children. Her son who lives in Aberdeen has three daughters. The majority of her working life has been with the NHS in Primary Care. She has been an active member of Girl Guiding since Brownie days! She is interested in local history and is chairperson of the Garston Historical Society.
Born and bred in Liverpool, Paul is married to Gillian and has two adult sons. He has worked in both the public and private sector and is currently a teaching assistant at a school in West Derby for children and young people with sensory impairments and other disabilities. He moved to work in the educational field in April 2010 from his previous role as a Commercial Director for a large London based property company. He enjoys travelling, walking and keeping fit.
As a child Ian lived in Aigburth and attended Sudley Junior School and was also an active member at St. Anne’s Sunday school. He later moved to the south of England but then returned to Liverpool and lived in Halewood where he attended St Peter’s church in Woolton before moving back to Aigburth and resuming his worship at St Anne’s where he has been for the past 12 years. Ian was elected Church Warden at St Anne’s in April 2015. He is married to Sonya and they have a son James and a daughter Ellen. Ian also helps out at 1st Allerton Scout Group in Aigburth. Ian is a service engineer with Virgin Media. His hobbies are mainly sport related, Liverpool Football Club and camping.
Deputy Warden and PCC Vice Chair
Ian was born in Liverpool and is married to Robina. They have two grown-up children and one grandson. Ian retired after working in Local Government for over 40 years but now runs his own business, very much on a part-time basis. Ian has worshiped at St. Anne's for a very long time, that is when he is not travelling around in his caravan. He has been a member of the PCC for many years and is one of our Deanery Synod reps.
PCC Member, Housegroup leader
Carole has lived in Liverpool all her life and has been part of St. Anne's for the past 3 years. she has one son who is the love of her life and also her greatest challenge as any parent will know. She has worked in banking for 24 years. however, this year she has started work for Riverside housing which has been a really positive change. Carole attends the 11am service and loves the upbeat vibrant worship songs and the family friendly atmosphere. She has been elected on to the PCC this year and feels very privileged to be a part of the exciting journey that St. Anne's church has embarked upon.
Ruth was born in Liverpool and worked in Liverpool as a secondary school teacher from 1976 until 2009 when she retired. She has worshipped at St. Anne's for many years and enjoys the 11am service. She is the Electoral Roll Officer and Legacy Officer on the PCC. She is a member of the Pastoral Visiting Team, a House Group Leader and Magazine Editor. Her hobbies are Tai Chi, reading, knitting and walking.
Let me introduce myself: John Brown. As a child I grew up in Aigburth attending St Charles Primary School, before moving to Wallasey in 1982. I moved back to Liverpool in 2000 after Studying Chemistry in Sheffield and working in London teaching Secondary Science. On my return from backpacking round the world I moved back to Aigburth, having met my lovely wife Caroline, who is also a member of St Anne’s Parish. We moved back to Aigburth in 2009 with our two boys Daniel (10) and Charlie (9) who both attend Sudley Junior School. I have been a member of St Anne’s Parish since 2012 and am now an active member of the Sunday School with the Young Explorers as well as the Men’s Ministry and house group. I am also very privileged to have been elected this year onto the PCC and look forward to helping the Space2grow project. I currently work as an additional learning support tutor supporting students at Wirral Metropolitan College with their English and Maths having taught maths and Science for the past 15 years. My hobbies are playing five a side football and was part of the European winning team in Hamburg with Everton in the community FC in 2015. I enjoy a good book, watching family films, dog walking and following Liverpool Football Club.
Pam grew up in Liverpool and worked as an assistant in a Nursery School and then as a Medical PA to a Professor at the University of Liverpool / Royal Liverpool University Hospital for 27 years. Pam has attended St. Anne's since she was 3 years old and when she was 13 she became a helper and teacher in the Sunday School and is still the leader of the Young Discoverers. She has now been a Sunday School teacher and leader for 65 years. Pam was baptised, confirmed and married to Ken at St. Anne's Church. Pam and Ken have a son who was Organist / Choirmaster at the church for 16 years. Pam has been a member of the PCC for many years. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, holidays, reading, gardening and getting to grips with a sewing machine!
Originally from Ireland, I arrived here over 20 years ago to go to University and never went home! I am a full time primary school teacher, currently teaching Year 6 in Rice Lane, Walton. Married to Conal, we have two children Cara (10) and Jamie (7). If I'm not ferrying the kids around or marking/planning work for school, I like to go to the gym or get out for a run. I also love a good book, tv drama or film, which provide me with that escapism we sometimes strive for after a busy day! In St. Anne's I am involved with the youth group SAYU and am delighted to have been voted on to the PCC and to be able to serve in this way.