Paul has been the minister of St Clement’s since 2012. He was born and raised in Blackburn. He became a Christian at 18. After four years as a teacher he was ordained in 2007 and served his curacy in south Manchester. Paul is married to Gill and they have four boys. He enjoys following Blackburn Rovers and spending time with his family doing whatever they like to do.
Tom is married to Ann and they have two young girls: Florence and Ella. He started working at St Clements in June 2016 and is enjoying settling in to life in Manchester. He likes lots of things, but he is most passionate about helping other people see how amazing Jesus is. Tom sees it as a huge privilege that he gets to do that as his 'job'.
Tom is married to Lizzie and they have three children - Caleb, Joseph and Gracie. They have been living in Openshaw for over 10 years. Originally from Nottingham, Tom trained in journalism, has worked in public relations and now works just down the road for a Housing Association in business intelligence, which he finds much trickier to explain. Tom grew up in church but it wasn't until he was 18 and not in church to discover faith in Jesus for himself.
Henry is married to Beth and has been a Christian all his life. After finishing school in Lincoln he spent his gap year with 'Christians in Sport' before moving to Manchester in 2011. He became a member of St Clement's in 2012 whilst studying at the Royal Northern College of Music and joined the staff team as a Ministry Trainee in September 2015. Henry is a keen musician and sports fan.
Beth is married to Henry. Beth grew up in Yorkshire and moved to Manchester in 2011 to study Classical Singing at the Royal Northern College of Music. Beth has been a member of St Clement’s for 5 years, and started working here in September 2015. She loves reading, watching films and meeting people for coffee.
Barny is a newbie in Openshaw, moving to work for St Clement's as a Ministry Trainee. He came to Manchester in 2013 to study Popular Music as a drummer at the Royal Northern College of Music. He was drawn to St Clement's because of the teaching and the warm, welcoming community. Barny loves all things music, sports and films.