Sent to set hearts on fire to live and love as Christ did. Since 1831.
Spanning generations, from many nations. Since 1831.
Loving our community. Since 1831.
Born 1971, ordained 2008. Grew up in semi-rural New York State. Ian’s first degrees are in music; he was a lecturer in music history at Duke University, then worked as a professional singer and stage performer in Germany and internationally. He became an Anglican, and was later a pastoral assistant, at St George’s Berlin in the Diocese in Europe. Before arriving as the eleventh vicar of St James’s in 2014, Ian ministered as interim rector in Frankfurt am Main and team curate in Liverpool. Since 2016 he also serves as an elected member to the Edmonton Area Council. Ian hails from a large family in North America, including an identical twin brother.
Born 1968, elected 2015. Born on the Caribbean island of Montserrat, came to England after his schooling, and works in the financial sector. A key player in Keeping our Family Heritage Intact (www.kofhi.co.uk), a leading community organisation locally, promoting awareness of African and Caribbean culture and preserving its history. Apart from being a husband and father of three, Reg enjoys being a hobby musician.
Born 1944, ordained 2007. Born and raised in Trinidad to Grenadian parents, Henderson came to Britain in 1967 and served both in the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force. As a schoolteacher he spent his career in East London and North London, including as a headteacher in Hackney and Bethnal Green, and lastly as Deputy Head at a primary school in Tottenham. Before coming to St James’s in 2012, was a curate in Hackney and before ordination a lay reader in Poplar. At St James’s he has a particular brief for pastoral work, and since 2016 also serves as Assistant Area Director of Ordinands. Married with two children and two grandchildren, Henderson also confesses to being a supporter of Liverpool FC.
Born 1967, ordained 2010. Jeremy lived for several years in Hong Kong working for Standard Chartered Bank, and during that time had his first callings to the ministry. Since returning to these shores he has joined Her Majesty’s civil service, working in Westminster for the Ministry of Justice. Jeremy arrived at St James’s in 2010 as assistant curate after training for the ministry, and since 2015 is an elected member of the London Diocesan Synod. At St James’s Jeremy convenes the liturgy and worship working group, and has a special brief in adult education. Husband and father of three, and in his free time Jeremy is also a hobby woodworker.
Born 1959, elected 2010. Born in Islington, Keith has spent the last four plus decades in Enfield. He works in the roads traffic management department with Transport for London. Committed involvement with the Scouting movement locally. Married, lifelong supporter of Arsenal FC, and a keen league darts player.