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Peter Comont

I am passionate about seeing people transformed by God's Spirit as they come to know Christ, and discover the great truths about God's eternal grace. I am determined to do everything I can to enable Trinity Church to be a place where that happens.

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Ken Giles

I became a Christian in my early teens and was blessed by two godly parents. When Mary and I arrived as a newly married couple in Oxfordshire, I spent a decade and more serving as a deacon and teaching secondary school age children at Abbey Baptist Church in Abingdon. For the last 10 years we have been involved at Magdalen Road Church Oxford teaching teenagers and more recently in the group setting up Trinity. My work as an agronomist has taken me around the countryside in the counties surrounding Oxford and has given me opportunities to share my faith with members of the farming community. I have two children Toby 27 and Naomi 24. I am the delighted grandfather of Benjamin, four months.

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Tom Wyatt

I am the proud husband of Zoe and father to two delightful twins. Having studied at Oxford and enjoyed worshipping at Trinity it is now a privilege to be involved in the leadership. I am currently a Religious Studies teacher at St Edward’s School in Oxford.

There are a large number of people in central Oxford who remain unreached by the gospel so I warmly welcome any evangelical church with a vision to evangelise and disciple its people. Peter Comont is a good friend of mine and is the ideal man to be leading this venture.
— Vaughan Roberts, Rector, St. Ebbe's Church, Oxford
I am delighted to learn of this church planting centre in Oxford City Centre. The need for a gospel-centred free church near the heart of the university is obvious; the vision to serve internationals wholly admirable; and the designated pastor, Peter Comont, is the right man for the job.
— Don Carson, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and the Gospel Coalition


James Leverton (student worker)

I was blessed to grow up in a Christian home in Cambridge (which is a remarkably pretty town). Mum and Dad taught me the gospel from a young age and I whilst I have never known a day when I haven’t believed in Jesus, aged 13 I came to see the saving power of his death on the cross for me. My better half Emma and I met whilst running a Christian Union together at our first school. Ever since then we have been inseparable, working together in Newcastle, and most recently at an international boarding school in Kenya, where we were blessed to be Houseparents to 36 excitable and charming 6-11 year olds. We are excited about the next stage of our lives in Oxford, hoping to help others come to know the joy of being in relationship with God and part of his family.


Rosie Chesterton (administrator)

Eight years ago I arrived in Oxford as an undergraduate about to embark on three years reading Theology at Mansfield College. Those three years were filled not just with fun and friendships or seventy-five essays and what felt like hundreds of books but with many challenges and encouragements to a faith I had been privileged to grow up in the knowledge of. Similar to James, there is not a time I remember when I did not believe Jesus died for me. This knowledge of Jesus' saving grace was nurtured from a very early age by my parents, youth workers, friends and through my own investigations and reading. Eight years after arriving in Oxford as a rather terrified and somewhat overwhelmed Fresher, I have yet to leave this wonderful city. I have worked for Trinity Church since graduating four years ago - with my employment starting one month before the first official service. It has been a joy to see Trinity grow from a small group of individuals meeting in a house to the growing, vibrant and lively church it is now.