The SBC Team
The team that serves SBC in ministry leadership roles are a mix of paid and volunteer workers. All of us are part-time at the church and some of us have other day jobs. We acknowledge that each of us has a limited number of gifts to be used for the benefit of the church, and for that reason we need to operate as a team and with teams. The following is some information about us:
Sid Grindley, Interim Transitional Pastor
Sid was appointed as Interim Transitional Facilitator in July 2016 to assist SBC in the process of transitioning to a new pastor sometime in 2017. Sid steps into the role of Interim Pastor from November 2016 until a new Lead Pastor is appointed. Sid is married to Jenny and they have three adult children, a number of grandchildren, and a cute little dog named ‘Molly’. To contact Sid, click here.
Vikki Howorth, Justice Pastor
Sam Hawkins, One80 Leader
Sam and a group of leaders lead the Friday night youth ministry for years 7-10 that meets during term time from 6:00-8:15pm. One80 is a community that provides a space to grow genuine relationships and encounter God. For more information about the One80 youth program contact Sam here.
Josh Lee, GoFish Leader
Josh leads the Friday afternoon ministry for primary school kids in years 5-6. Go Fish meet at the church from 3:30-5:30 each Friday during term time for an action packed couple of hours of games and a lesson from the bible. To contact Josh, click here.
Cathy Wright, Administrator
Cathy is a former Human Resources Manager who is now putting her efforts to ensuring that SBC administrative processes support the pastoral team in everything that God wants to do through them. To contact Cathy, click here.
David Clark, Church Secretary
David has a lifelong passion for the just economic development of people. Now retired David has worked with AusAID, the World Bank and served on the Board of Baptist World Aid Australia, including as its Chair. He believes that the Church has a continuing major role in keeping the needs of the poor and disadvantaged firmly on the agenda of our politicians and that the Church must lead by example.
David is proud of the democratic tradition of the Baptist Church where members and not clergy have the final say and sees his role as Secretary as enhancing that tradition. To contact David, click here.
Kieren Strain, Treasurer
For more information about our elders see the 2015 Elders Biography.