Phil is a highly experienced and gifted church leader, who came to be senior minister at Whetstone in March 2019. After living in London for many years, he's really appreciating the beauty of the Leicestershire countryside, and is enjoying living here.
Phil comes from Plymouth originally, and became a Christian as a teenager. His interest in buildings might have led him into architecture, but he felt a calling to Christian ministry instead and went to study theology and history in Birmingham. Following that he trained at Spurgeons College, graduating in 1986.
Nick graduated from Spurgeons College in 1994 and came to Whetstone in 2006, having faithfully served God at a Baptist church in Suffolk for 12 years, following his career in the Royal Air Force.
Nick is primarily responsible for discipleship and faith development here at Whetstone.
Nick is married to Sue and they have two grown-up children, Hannah and Ben and granddaughter Isla Marie. Nick loves walking in the Peak District, playing chess, spending time with the family, and (despite the ribbing he gets) supports Nottingham Forest.
Pam is a very experienced Baptist minister having worked worked in DR Congo and in a number of churches from London to Leicester.
After retiring Pam became a member of Whetstone Baptist Church. However she's been called to become a pastor here, which means she now gives part of her week to developing our work in the community and as a chaplain to local businesses.
Pam loves walking and is learning to swim properly. Her passion is to take the Kingdom of God into the community. She believes that we need to be doing this creatively and relevantly, in a way that meets felt needs.
Julie in the office can help you:
Call Julie on 0116 286 3145
Available 24/7 on the WBC pastoral helpline:
The pastoral helpline number is published on the church notice sheets and leaflets.
Each leader is responsible for one or more areas of church life. Their role is to encourage, envision, value and support the ministry leaders and teams in our church.
Page last updated: 19 June 2020