- What's On
Vic is the senior pastor at City Hope, leading the team of elders. He has been leading since 2011 and is a full-time staff member. He married Caroline in 1997, the year they also arrived in London and became part of the church. They have four daughters.
Dave is a full-time staff member. He led City Hope from 1993 before handing over to Vic and being freed up to travel, visiting churches overseas and serving them. Dave travels and serves with his wife Lesley, who is a part-time member of staff. They both came to London in 1976 and have four grown up children.
Paul is a full-time staff member and oversees evangelism and community activities at City Hope. He and his wife Denise first moved to London and joined the church in 1994. They have five grown up children.
John has not given up his day job as a management consultant whilst serving City Hope as one of our elders. John and Jackie have lived in London and been part of the church since being students, quite a number of years ago! They have 3 grown up children.
Chris grew up in the church (his parents are still members) and is now our full-time youth and worship leader. He and Alison have three children.
Sue works part-time and oversees our CAP centre and Foodbank. She is married to Paul and they have two children.
Rebecca's part-time role is as our communications and operations manager. She is married to Paul and they have two children.
Originally from Latvia, Lana has been part of the church for a number of years and now works part-time as our administration assistant under Rebecca Whittlesea.
As mentioned above Lesley, who is married to Dave, is a part-time staff member. She often travels with Dave on behalf of the church as well as serving people pastorally.
Deborah works part time as Dave’s PA from her home in Lancashire.
Tim is our chair of trustees: this is a voluntary role. He works for KPMG, is married to Clare and they have 3 children. For more information about our trustees, legal and financial matters please click here
Being part of City Hope feels like you are being welcomed into a huge diverse family- it doesn't matter what age you are, what nationality you are or what you do; you too can be part of that family and you will fit in. But it's also an outward looking community full of motivated and inspiring people helping you to go out and spread God's love. There's nothing better! Angela and Gary Lynch, church members