Natasha grew up in Canada, and came to the UK as a teenager, first to Northern Ireland for school, and on to England for university. She then worked at the Bank of England and King's College London before training for ordination at Cambridge. Natasha served in parishes around London - Crayford, Orpington and Chingford - before coming to Kingsbury in 2013. She and her husband Stephen (who is from Kent) share a hobby of choral singing, and they especially enjoy the many connections Kingsbury has with different parts of the world.
Alongside being Vicar of Holy Innocents, Natasha is Dean for Women's Ministry in the Willesden Episcopal Area, and Assistant Principal of St Edmund's Course in Christian Studies and Licensed Lay Ministry training. As part of a degree course at Sarum College she completed a research project into Interim Ministry, which is published in full online. She also features in a video on the London Callings website which was filmed at Holy Innocents, you can find it here by scrolling down, or there is a direct link here.
Angela was born in Harrow and has lived in the area since 1955. She trained as a teacher in Chichester and worked in schools in Harlesden ,Westminster and Hendon. She trained for the ministry in Salisbury and was ordained in 1995 serving Holy Innocents as an SSM until 2013. She continues to serve at the church in retirement. She is married to Terry and they are both retired. Her hobbies are painting, swimming and reading and being a lady who lunches.
Photography by Simon Dutson
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