Adrian profile

Rev Adrian Miller

Adrian was born in raised in rural Lincolnshire, in a little village called Uffington, near Stamford.  As a teenager, Adrian had a life-changing encounter with the living God, and gave up his university place to study the Bible instead, in an effort to find out more about what had happened to him.


After 6 years at Adelaide Bible College, on the west coast of Scotland, Adrian felt a call into the Anglican ministry, and while going through the selection process, met and married a beautiful youth worker, Sarah, from his local Anglican church, St. George's of Stamford.


Three years training at St. John's College, Nottingham, a second degree and a baby boy (Toby) later, Adrian took up the post as curate in Tas Valley Team Ministry.  He remained at the Tas Valley to serve 5 years as Team Vicar, before taking up the role as Rector of the Mulbarton group of churches in February 2014.


During his time in the Tas Valley, Adrian welcomed a daughter, Naomi, into his family and developed a framework for church-in-the-community websites.


Adrian loves technology, family, travel, music, language, writing, sport, being outside, playing pool and living life - but most of all loves the privilege of knowing Jesus, and is happy to share his experience and learn from others.

The Rectory
The Common
Mulbarton
NR14 8JS
01508 571167
 
Andrew profile

Rev Andrew North

Born in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and raised in Leighton Buzzard Bedfordshire by a Christian family, Andrew knew God as a distant relative at a family party. It was Andrew's passion for music which kept him involved in church life, originally as a choirboy and later playing in worship bands. As a teenager Andrew was formally introduced to God at a Spring Harvest conference and the distant relative became a loving Father.


 


Aged 16, Andrew embarked on a career as an Army Musician. The next fourteen years would be spent providing musical support to both the Army and the nation in a variety of roles which included; wearing a bearskin cap and marching to Buckingham Palace with the Welsh Guards, playing the tuba on horseback with the Household Cavalry, and performing with a rock band on the Falkland Islands with the Royal Logistic Corps! As well as musical duties, he also had to complete various military tasks which included becoming an instructor in defence from chemical warfare and keeping the streets of Bromley safe during the 2003 fire strike! During his military service, Andrew married his ever supportive wife, Helen and they had two beautiful daughters, Grace and Poppy.


 


In 2010, Andrew transferred to Royal Engineers Reserves, leaving the Regular Army to train to become a Secondary School Music Teacher in Nottingham. It was during his time in Nottingham that two important changes occurred in his life; firstly he discovered the joys (and sorrows) of watching Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club at Trent Bridge (!), and secondly he felt that he could no longer ignore the call to ordained ministry. 


 


Andrew completed two years of theological training at St. John's College, Nottingham, where his theological specialism was exploring what the Bible has to say about what happens to animals after they die. Andrew was ordained Deacon at Norwich Cathedral in July 2016 and took his title post as Assistant Curate with the Mulbarton group of churches.


 


Andrew enjoys performing as part of the Christian Musical Comedy duo 241, watching cricket and walking his two dogs Max and Edith. 


 


 

4 Minnow Way
Mulbarton
Norwich
NR14 8FP
01508 500343
 
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Hethel
NR14 8JS
 
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