Lore Chumbley is our priest-in-charge. Lore was a Consultant Hand Surgeon in the Liverpool Plastic Surgery Unit for 20 years until 2013, when she decided to spend more time on the Church. She was Curate at St. Thomas’ Stockton Heath and St. Mary Magdalene from 2011 to 2016.
We are fortunate to have a number of other priests in our congregation, who also help to lead services at Christ Church.
|Simon Tatton-Brown worked as a probation officer in Manchester before training for ordination at the College of the Resurrection (Mirfield). For six years he was Chaplain to the Bishop of Manchester, and he’s been a parish priest in Prestwich (north Manchester), Westhoughton (near Bolton) and Chippenham. When he retired in January 2014 he joined us at Christ Church and sings in the choir, as well as preaching and presiding on a regular basis.|
Narinder Tegally is Lead Chaplain at the Royal United Hospital, but has made Christ Church her home church. She regularly presides at services and preaches for us.
Previously, Narinder was a parish priest in Buckinghamshire, but is no stranger to hospital chaplaincy – she has been chaplain at the Royal Free Hospital, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital and the Évelina Children's Hospital in London.
Before she was ordained in 2002, Narinder was a Registered Nurse working in both Palliative Care and Mental Health for young people.
|Cliff Burrows has given many years’ dedicated service to Christ Church as a non-stipendiary minister. He retired has retired from his official role as Christ Church’s Assistant Priest-in-Charge, but he has the Bishop’s Permission to Officiate and continues to be very supportive.|