Rev Andy Tufnell
Andy arrived at Christ Church in 2017 with his wife Claire and their two daughters. Before he began full time ministry in the church he was a secondary school Physics teacher in the UK and Uganda. Andy loves time with his family, whether it’s a family walk, attempting to sing along to the latest Disney soundtrack, or playing on the beach. You could easily spark a conversation with Andy with an exploration of the big questions of philosophy, Physics and faith. But, if you prefer movies, books or watching the football over a pint, you’ll find Andy equally satisfied.
Liam joined Christ Church in 2011 as Associate Priest, having previously been Team Vicar in Clifton. He is also Diocesan Partnerships Officer, working to form links between churches and statutory organisations, the voluntary sector and other faith groups, identifying and developing partnerships so that together we can best serve and meet the needs of people in local communities in different parts of Nottingham.
Greer is the Children and Family Minister at Christ Church. She oversees children activities which happen on a Sunday Morning. She is involved with Happy Tots and Holiday Tots. She preaches and leads mostly at the 10.45 am service and is also on the leadership of this service.
Emmanuel (Sky) Chiweshe
Sky is the Youth Minister at Christ Church. He oversees all youth and student work, he leads and preaches at the 7 pm service and chairs the leadership team of this service. On Fridays he works at Notts County as the Chaplin for the Youth Team. In his spare time he likes to go to Hull where he grew up, eat tapas, spend time with the Bethany ladies, watch football, bowling and playing Fifa.
George is the manager of the CAP debt centre, which was opened by Christ Church in 2014. He regularly attends the 7 pm service and often preaches at this service as well.
Kerry Broadley-Seaton & Kathryn Britton
- Publishing the notice sheet each week (available via email, church website and paper copy)
- General and practical queries
- Room bookings
- Bookings for baptisms, funerals or weddings
- Ordering supplies
- Booking appointments for the vicar
- Supporting services by providing the paperwork and administration
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The churchwardens are elected annually by church members and are the representatives of the church to the vicar and the vicar to the church. They have practical responsibility for the buildings and fabric of the church and help the vicar in developing the strategic direction for the church .
Following election at the parish Annual General Meeting, the wardens are then formally appointed by the Bishop and act as Officers for the Bishop.
Their roles are:
- to support the vicar and work with the vicar in leading the church
- to be responsible for the buildings and grounds of the church
The wardens can be contacted via the Church office.