Meet the team
Rev Seung-Wook Jung - Minister
I was accredited as an Assistant Pastor; it was like a probationer in the Methodist church, after graduating in Theology of Seoul Theological University, South Korea in 1994. I then came to the UK in 2000 and kept working in the same position in a few Korean churches.
I was ordained in 2008 from the Evangelical Holiness Church in Korea, one of the Wesleyan churches in South Korea. It took much more time than usual to be ordained after being accredited as an Assistant Pastor because I was in the UK.
I began to build up a Korean group in the Chessington Methodist church and it was the beginning of my ministry in the UK Methodist church. I finished the Faith and Worship London course and applied for R&R (recognized and regarded) Minister.
I was accepted as an R&R Minister and was appointed to the North Norfolk circuit in Norfolk in 2011.
During my time in the N.N circuit I was accepted as a minister of full connection in 2014 and worked in the same circuit for 3 more years. And now I am stationed in the South Bedfordshire circuit as my second appointment.
I came with my family: my wife Eunhee; my two daughters: Solee, Soyun, and my son Yunsang. And you can call me Seung-Wook and surname is Jung, not (Yung) as many people say.
Anne Gray - Senior Steward & Leadership Team
Anne works for the NHS in commissioning support services. She has been attending Trinity since moving to Leighton Buzzard in 1991. For a number of years she was Leader of the Scout Group based at Trinity but is currently a Steward. Her hobbies are singing and sewing.
Chris Lowe - Steward & Leadership Team
Born and raised into a Methodist family, I was not actually entered into membership of the Church and confirmed until 2018. Since then I have been appointed as a Steward and a member of the Leadership Team. Now I am retired, I am greatly enjoying the time this gives me for activities on behalf of the Church. One of the Safeguarding Team, I was also part of the team organising the Drop-In for Homeless people in Leighton Buzzard. My hobbies include photography, quiz-setting, cats, cricket and Rugby Union. A Nottinghamshire CCC fan since I can remember picking up a bat, geography and travel costs led me to join Middlesex as a member in 2017.
Catherine Roots - Steward & Leadership Team
I am Catherine Roots and I have been a member at Trinity since 1978. I am a Local Preacher within the South Beds Circuit. I have been involved in Scouting for over forty years and a Street Pastor within the town. I have held various roles at Trinity over the years including Catering Coordinator, Sunday School Superintendent and Letting Steward. As well as church my other loves are cooking, gardening and my family.
Ann Guy - Steward & Leadership Team
I’m Ann Guy. I’ve been a member at Trinity since November 1980. I am on the organ and sound rotas, create the PowerPoint presentations for services and safeguarding officer for the Trinity church as well as being a steward and member of the Leadership team. In addition, I am a Local Preacher, currently not on plan and a safeguarding trainer for the South Bedfordshire Circuit. I am retired from a career in both teaching and inspecting and enjoy relaxing with both knitting and needlework.
Sheila Pollard - Leadership Team
Sheila has been a member at Trinity since moving to Leighton Buzzard in 2004. Previously she had lived for many years in Worcester Park in Surrey. She is currently the Treasurer for Trinity. She retired from her job as a partner in a firm of actuaries and consultants in 2010 and since then has been actively involved as a trustee in a number of Christian charities. Her main hobby is solving all types of puzzles from cryptic crosswords to Killer Sudoku!
Tasha Williams - Messy Church Co-Ordinator and Church Administrator
I have been the Messy Church Co-ordinator since January 2016 and subsequently took on the role of Church Administrator. I am also involved in Early Church. I am wife to Ben (who formerly worked at Trinity) and Mummy to Phoebe-Grace and Miriam. I enjoy working with children and seeing them start to understand and begin to explore faith for themselves. I grew up in Clacton-on-sea, studied English Language and Communication Studies with Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University before moving with Ben to Knutsford where I worked as a Care Assistant for MHA.