Rev. Paul Jump
Paul has been the minister of St Clement’s Church Manchester 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 and one girl. He enjoys following Blackburn Rovers and spending time with his family doing whatever they like to do.
Mark was born a stones throw from church and was baptised, confirmed and married in church and has been there ever since! Mark became a Christian at Sandsend Camp near Whitby. Michelle, also from Openshaw, married Mark in 1987 and they have three grown up children who he loves catching up with. Mark spent 20 years in accounting and 20 years teaching, before becoming happily retired. He enjoys most sports and hiking adventures.
PCC Vice Chair
Henry has been a member of the St Clement’s church family since 2012 and joined the staff team in 2015. He is currently training for ordination in the Church of England. Henry is married to Beth and they have 2 children. His other great loves are Arsenal, playing guitar and Jaffa Cakes.
LEADER IN RESIDENCE
Keith moved to Openshaw with Rosie in March 2021 after retiring as Bishop of Birkenhead; he works part time for the Church of England Evangelical Council. Keith was a vicar in Coventry and Aston Birmingham and in his curacy was also part time chaplain at Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital. Rosie and Keith have three children, two are in Manchester. Keith loves walking and watching rugby but has only managed one game of Sale Sharks so far!
Bishop Keith Sinclair
Minister to Ministers
Office & Digital Communications Coordinator
Youth & Childrens Worker
OUR PCC (Deacons)
Mark Taylor (Treasurer)
Promise Amadi (Vice Chair, Deanery Synod member)
Stephen Mackel (Deanery Synod member)
Phil Bate (Reader)
Lizzie Watkins (Secretary, Deanery Synod member)
John Warburton (Deanery Synod member)