Who is who

Revd Adrian Morton – Vicar
Adrian with wife Louise have been leading St. Mary’s, Wollaston since 2004. Adrian is an engineer by background having worked for BT for over 10years prior to becoming a vicar. He has a heart to live an authentic Christian life following this amazing person of Jesus. His Christian journey has seen him influenced by movements such as New Wine, Elim and more recently Bethel.
Revd Dawn Airey – Curate
Dawn was ordained June 2017 and is in the middle of serving her curacy within the Benefice.  Dawn is married to Chris and they have four children.  Dawn’s heart is to see people coming into a personal relationship with Jesus and to equip the church to be all it is created to be and do.

Jean Rose – Benefice Administrator

Born in North London and gradually moved north, ending up in Wollaston 42 years ago. I am a professional, qualified librarian by trade, starting in public libraries and ending my career running a publishing archive.

I have been a Christian since my teenage years but only found a living faith once we arrived in Wollaston. I have been PCC Secretary on and off for many years, and also the parish representative on Deanery Synod. I am currently the Benefice Administrator and also have oversight of several community initiatives.

Peter Smethurst
Is the current Churchwarden at St Mary’s Wollaston.  Together with his wife Linda he leads a weekly home group and he occasionally preaches in the Benefice.
Matthew Beeby, Church Warden.
Matthew has worked as a Warden in Bozeat Church and has now been appointed at Wollaston.
Matthew is chiefly interested in Gods Kingdom coming to earth, and seeing our Church serving to benefit the community of Wollaston in this aim.