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The Clergy Team
We have two full time clergy and one part time who have responsibility for leadership across our churches, supported by a number of retired clergy, licensed lay ministers, the members of our church councils and the congregations themselves.

If you are enquiring about Baptisms, Weddings or Funerals, please refer to our Life Events page and send any enquiries to the Team Office (see contact details further down this page).  Researching family history? Please go to our Family History links.

RectorPriest-in-Charge and Team Rector
Revd Dr. Andrew Johnson
The Rectory, Newlands Road, Corsham, SN13 0BS
Tel. (01249) 713232
email: rector@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk
Day off: Monday

Andrew was ordained in 2005 after a previous career in librarianship.  After training for ministry at Durham, both his curacy and his first post as vicar were served in the Church of Wales, before moving to Corsham in early 2011.  Andrew is married to Natalie, and has one daughter.  He enjoys mountain walks and railways.

AdamTeam Vicar & Deanery Missioner for Schools, Children and Families
Revd Adam Beaumont
The Vicarage, Folly Lane, Lacock, Chippenham SN15 2LL
Tel: 01249 730984
e-mail: vicar@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk
Day off – Monday

“I’ve been Sheona’s husband for nearly a decade – she grew up in Kenya and Bristol – and is now both a fine artist, and an academic specialising in photography and theology. So far, I’ve also been dad to a couple of (lovely/cute/tiring) little monsters for four years and nineteen months respectively.

Before stopping having a career I spent far too long studying Biochemistry, and then taught Biology for nearly a decade – opposite the Bishop’s house – and loved to be outside the classroom as much as inside. After that, and via Trinity College, Bristol, and Westbury on Trym Parish Church, we’re all now invading Wiltshire.

In case that wasn’t enough, I have motorcycled around France (with Sheona riding pillion), climbed mountains out of season (and in a blizzard over a glacier) in Spain, been chauffeured by the chief of the Gambian Fire Service, played drums at all the famous venues in Bristol, worked in one of Nairobi’s giant slums, run a half marathon, and I am the proud holder of grade 4 piano and a Blue Peter badge. When I grow up I want to climb Everest, but Sheona won’t let me.

What does any of this have to do with being a Vicar? Ask me when we bump into each other!”

PhillTeam Curate.
Revd Dr. Phill Harrison
The Vicarage, Wadswick Lane, Neston SN13 9TA
Tel:  01225 810839
e-mail: curate@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk
Day off – Friday

“I’m married to Karen and we have two school aged children. Our children go to school locally and Karen works in a nearby secondary school as a science technician. We moved into the vicarage in Neston, just outside Corsham, when I was ordained in the summer of 2015. Coming from suburban North Bristol, Neston was quite a big change of scene for us; it has proved to be significantly more beautiful, and also a lot muddier!

Before moving to Neston, I studied for ministry part-time at Trinity College in Bristol, whilst I continuing to work as an IT Manager for a major bank. Working part-time during training gave me a real appreciation of the importance of connecting church with the challenges and routines of day-to-day life.

When I’m not doing my ‘vicar job’ I enjoy getting out in the countryside for walks, spending time with my wife and tinkering with broken machinery. I also try and avoid the onset of middle-aged spread by going for a cycle ride every week, but that’s often more business than pleasure…

Assistant Area Dean and Associate minister

Rev. Victor Hovictorwlett,
Tel: 01225 819954.

Victor has retired from full time parish ministry and now he supports and deputises as necessary for our Area Dean, Sally Wheeler, especially in forward planning, deanery meetings and implementation of the Diocesan Strategy.  He also supports our whole team in worship and ministry.

Other clergy who regularly serve our team are the Revd Jim Hawkins and Revd Richard Hovey.

Licensed Lay Ministers
David Harvey, Linda Culling, Margaret Price, Stella Sage, Neil Pidduck.

Team Office: Church House, 3 Church Street, Corsham, SN13 0BY
Our team office is usually staffed at the following times:
Monday 7.00–8.00pm
Wednesday 10.00–12.30pm and 2.00–4.00pm
Saturday 10.00–11.00pm

Please call or drop in at these times for personal service.  Alternatively contact by:
E-mail: office@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk
Telephone (01249) 701720 – answerphone outside staffed hours.
(If you are still using the email address stbartsadmin@supanet.com please note this has been discontinued) 

Team Administrator
Mr Ted Davies
c/o Team Office above

Team Treasurer
Simon Truelove

Churchwardens are responsible for the practical day-to-day operation of our churches and can usually deal with these matters much quicker than anybody else!

Corsham Church Warden 
L’nora Olney, 33 Park Lane, Corsham SN13 9EL  (01225) 859202

Lacock Church Wardens
Judith Blakeney, 12A East Street, Lacock, (01249) 730649
Janet Doel (01249) 730318  [Bowden Hill]

Neston Church Wardens

Gastard Church Wardens
Sandy Fletcher, The Rowans, Velley Hill, Gastard, SN13 9PU (01249) 715006
Philip Miles, Easton Farm, Easton, SN13 9QD (01249) 701956

If you can’t find a suitable contact above please send your enquiry to: admin@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk.  You will receive an automated reply as the mailbox is not constantly monitored but should get a direct response within 24 hours.