Adrian is our Pastor. He is married to Liz and he has four daughters and three grandchildren. He is a life-long supporter of Bromley FC! Adrian works four days a week for the church and we look forward to when we can employ him on a full time basis.
Steve and his wife Megan live in Crayford but in due course are hoping to move closer to Eynsford to be nearer the church. He works as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor in Sidcup, but is gradually reducing the number of days he works each week in preparation for approaching retirement! Steve plays guitar and is responsible for the worship team at DVCC.
Sue grew up in London and has a son and two grandchildren. Moving to Kent 18 years ago, she changed careers and began working as a therapeutic foster carer.
Now retired, Sue’s vision is to be part of an intergenerational church where the youngest to the oldest are encouraged to serve using their gifts. Sue is responsible for safeguarding and our children and young people’s work..
Angela is a retired Primary School teacher. She has three children and seven grandchildren. She came to Darent Valley Community Church soon after it started and liked the fact that it had a desire to be part of the community particularly focusing on the Darent Valley.
We have four trustees: Adrian Elms, Steve Boddington, Colin Fogwill and Alan Murphy.
Colin is also our treasurer. He is a longstanding member of Darent Valley Community Church and is married to Glynis. He is a retired bus driver and has excellent technical skills which he uses to support the church. He also coordinates and cooks for our monthly prayer breakfast!
Alan is Pastor of New Barn Christian Fellowship. He was formerly Pastor of Wilmington Community Church and had the vision to plant a church in Eynsford, acting as Pastor during its early years. He still has a heart for Darent Valley Community Church and wants to support and encourage its growth.
Steve is a founder member of DVCC and has lived in the Darent Valley for thirty years. He works in mental health services for older people in South London.