The trustees exercise oversight of the values, vision, strategies and resources of the Association, mindful of their collective desire for Kingdom growth and their responsibility for good governance.
Duncan has lived in Herefordshire for 15 years, having travelled the country pursuing a career in marketing and latterly as a Baptist Minister. His desire is to see Church seeking to 'live without walls'.
Duncan has served as a trustee of the Association on a number of occasions over the past 15 years.
Amy trained for ministry at Bristol Baptist College and served in the Ministry Team at St Peter’s Baptist Church, Worcester for 7 years before being called to Upton Baptist Church. She is passionate about sharing the gospel and playing an active part in healing and restoration, for individuals and communities. Amy serves on the Home for Good (Worcestershire) Core Team, as as Chaplain to Worcestershire Farming Community Network and as part of the Fresh Streams Leadership Team, as well as being a school governor.
Tony trained for Baptist ministry at the Scottish Baptist College, after which he served at Peebles Baptist Church. He now serves as pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church, Oswestry and is also chair of Trustees for the Oswestry and Borders Food Bank. Tony is a member of the HEBA Justice Hub core team and the Disability Justice Task Group.
Edward was born and brought up in Sutton Coldfield before moving to London to train as a Baptist Minister. Having been ordained when he was 25, spent 5 years ministering in south London, before moving to Evesham in 1995. Edward is passionate about doing theology well, committed to excellence in scholarship, and encouraging others.
Revd Adrian Argile
Adrian worked for NatWest before training for ministry at Spurgeon’s College. Over the next 19 years he pastored two churches in Lancashire before moving to the West Midlands in 2007 to become a HEBA Regional Minister. In 2014 he was made Team Leader. Adrian is passionate about churches being known as places where people encounter Jesus and where they can grow in their faith.
Judith has a teaching and education background, and has been Director of a national youth charity. She now works as an executive coach and mentor offering strategic support to charities and SMEs, and part-time CEO for Aspire Sports Trust. Judith is a member of Chester Road Baptist Church and already represents HEBA on the BUGB Council. Believing that God has called her to reach out and support others, Judith’s prayer is that God will continue to lead her in the right direction so that she can use her gifts for the benefit of the wider Christian community.
Jo is a BU accredited safeguarding trainer and a member at Yardley Baptist Church. She is married with 2 grown up boys. She is an educator, working with children and young people who are in Foster Care. Prior to that she was a teacher and a Special Needs co-ordinator for over 20 years. She enjoys walking, skiing, sewing and spending time with friends and family.
Revd Glenford Gordon
Glen has been a minister for over 30 years, serving City Road Baptist Church, Birmingham for the last sixteen. Glen is married to Maxine and they have four adult children and one grandson.
He has established a small educational charity (MEFT) and he also loves walking, cooking and music.
Eddy Rye is a Londoner with 6 grandchildren who retired having established his own Accountancy practice. He now lives in Birmingham. He has served the church in a number of capacities. Lay Pastor, Ministry Team Leader, Moderator, Church Secretary etc. He has taught Accountancy in Adult Colleges and HM Prison. It is my calling to make Christ known.