Staff and Leadership

Steve Langford, Minister



Eileen Geoff
Eileen Hori, Centre Manager
Geoff Warren, Musical Director

Eileen has been the administrator  and then centre manager here since May 2013. She is enjoying getting to know others in similar roles in Cambridge and also, through UCAN, across the country. She first attended St A's in the late '80s while studying at Clare College, Cambridge, where she met her husband Ken. After living in Tokyo and then London they returned to Cambridge and St A's in 1998. Ken and Eileen have 4 children, 2 in the youth group, one joining the army and one at University.  Eileen is also the administrator for Cambridge Street Pastors and as of 2020 very involved with It Takes a City.

Geoff has been a member at St A's for many years, and has always been very involved in church life. Geoff plays the organ, piano, and bass guitar and has been known to whip out a melodica on special occasions.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                


Steve Sewell, Caretaker

Steve has been the Caretaker at St A's since
2006. Steve works hard to ensure
only the continued cleanliness and
smooth running 
of the building, but also -
along with Eileen - 
that the numerous people
booking the rooms 
around church are
well looked after.





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