Suzy Pearson joined Scripture Union in September 2016 with a background in research and publishing digital resources to engage children and young people. She lives in Birmingham with her husband John and is an active member of a local parish church.
John Settatree leads the Scripture Union Cymru team and is National Mission Co-ordinator for Wales. He works to develop and grow SU’s mission in Wales along with local mission partners. He also develops Welsh language resources.
Paul Francis is leader of Glenwood Church and Glenwood Faith Community in Cardiff. He has been in Christian ministry for over 30 years, including 7 as a youth worker and the last 12 years as Senior Leader of the church.
Dave Redfern is a recent resident of St Andrews Scotland having spent the last 3 years studying for a MA in Theological Studies at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada. Whilst there Dave developed a passion for the rich history of God’s church and hopes to pursue a PhD in church history or historical theology in the future.
Mark Stirling is a former medical doctor who pioneered work amongst university students with the Navigators in Edinburgh from 1998 to 2004. In 2007 he completed an MA in Exegetical Theology at Covenant Seminary in St Louis and in 2011 gained a PhD in Biblical Studies from St Andrews University, his thesis examining issues of discipleship and maturity in Ephesians.
Mark Pickett is a missions teacher, having previously worked in South Asia. He lives in Porthcawl with his wife, Becky and three of his children, and is a member of Freeschool Court Evangelical Church in Bridgend.
Since April 2018, Ian Parry has been the Pastor of Grangetown Baptist Church in Cardiff.
Ray Evans has been the pastor at Grace Community Church for the last 35 years, seeing the church grow significantly during that time. He has published a book on leadership – ‘Ready, Steady, Grow’, and, as a result, has received many requests to share his expertise. Ray works part-time as a Church Leadership Consultant for the FIEC.