Fr Ian Mobsby is our Priest in Charge, and is also the Woolwich Episcopal Area Parish Mission Enabler. He has a background of involvement in four differing missional communities including the Moot Community in London and currently the Prior to the Wellspring New Monastic Community . He is an international writer and speaker concerning mission and evangelism with writing on New Monasticism, Fresh Expressions and the Holy Trinity in mission and contemporary spirituality. He is an associate lecturer in a number of theological institutes including St Augustine’s College in England and is currently completing a PhD exploring how the church can respond to those who are unchurched and ‘spiritual not religious’. For more information on Ian see www.ianmobsby.net
Revd Sandra Schloss is our Senior Curate working full time in the Parish of St Luke and also playing a part in supporting the Trinity Centre in the Parish of St George’s Camberwell. Sandra trained at St Augustine’s College and previously completed a curacy in the Croydon Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark. Before going full time as an Anglican Priest, Sandra worked as a civil servant. Sandra is one of the organising committee members of Peckham Citiziens, and in the leading team seeking to develop Youth Work and a Youth Church at St Luke’s Parish, and takes a lead in the pastoral needs and support of those living in St Luke’s parish. Sandra is also our chaplain to the St Luke’s Mothers Union. Sandra also plays an active part in the Diocesan BAME group.
Revd Collins Curueke is our NSM or part time Curate working in the Parish of St Lukes who also works for the Post Office Service. Collins comes to us after being Ordained a Deacon in the Anglican Church of Nigeria, and to be Ordained Priest on 24th Sept 2017. Collins plays an active part supporting the pastoral ministry of the parish, and helping develop the Sunday Morning Parish Eucharist. Collins is the chaplain to the Men’s Forum and plays an active part in the Diocesan BAME Group. Collins also has a connection with the South London Anglican Nigerian Chaplaincy. Collins has a background in business management and has qualifications in this area.