Vijay Henderson became Senior Minister of Berwick Anglican Church in 2022. He has previously served at Holy Trinity in Doncaster and St Helen’s Bishopsgate in London. In a former life he worked as an accountant in London. He’s married to Rachel, and they have 3 kids: Arjay, Penelope and Samuel. Vijay likes AFL, the country and fishing.
Reece joined the ministry team in February 2017. He studied a Bachelor of Ministry at Melbourne School of Theology (2016), and a Graduate Diploma of Divinity from Ridley College (2018). He is married to Elise, and they have three children: Alexander, Piper and Asher. In his downtime, he enjoys watching AFL (go the mighty TIGES), reading, cycling, coffee, and anything the Lord of the Rings related. He is in the process of praying, planning, and leading a launch team as they plant Proclaim Anglican Church in Clyde North, which will begin meeting in February 2023. You can find the Proclaim Anglican Church website here: https://www.proclaim.org.au
Sam joined the team in 2020 after graduating from Ridley College with a Masters of Divinity and Graduate Diploma of Divinity. Prior to his studies he worked as a Mechanical Engineer on projects in the energy sector. He is married to Sarah who serves as the Youth Minister, and they have a bundle of joy in their son Luka.
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Sarah joined the staff team in 2022 after a year of maternity leave. Prior to joining us she served with AFES in Footscray as a Staffworker, St Matthew’s Anglican Church in Prahran as Community Care Coordinator. She has a Masters of Divinity from Ridley College. Sarah is married to Sam and they have a bundle of joy in their son Luka.
Wendy joined the staff team in August 2022. She is married to Alex Yap and they have two wonderful sons, Jonah and Micah. They migrated to Australia in 2016 and have worshipped at BAC evening service since early 2017. Prior to this, Wendy was a primary school teacher in Singapore for 20 years and she was a member of Zion Bible-Presbyterian Church. Her favourite pastimes include reading, crocheting, hiking and catching up on Korean dramas.
Hugh has a special pastoral concern for the Thursday congregation and for those in Edrington Park and Nursing Homes. He is married to Dorothy and God has blessed them with three married children and 10 grandchildren. Hugh and Dorothy spent most of their working lives with CMS training Christian leaders in Tanzania and Namibia and retired in 2008. Hugh loves to help people to know and love and trust and serve the Lord Jesus, and to develop steady daily times of prayer and Bible reading and to shine with the light of Christ.