Revd Canon Younis Francis
Revd Canon Younis Francis (Vicar) was born in Pakistan in 1966. He pursued theological studies first at Christ the King Seminary, Karachi, the University of Malta and the Pontific Selesian University, Rome, Italy. Younis was ordained priest in 1995. He worked as Assistant Parish Priest and Director of Formation in Pakistan. After 4 years of ministry as a Catholic Priest he went to Malta in search of a different career before moving to the UK in 2001. Younis joined the Anglican Church in 2005. After two years of Theological training at SEITE and the University of Kent, he served his curacy at St Mary’s, Addington. Prior to his appointment at St Philip’s he worked as a Team Vicar in the Cheam Team Ministry. Father Younis is married to Nancy and they have a son Zeron. In his spare time Younis is interested in Cricket, Football, reading and listening to music.
Revd Terry Drummond
Honorary Assistant Curate (Distinctive Deacon)
Terry was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire in 1950. In 1970 he began training as a Church Army Evangelist which led to his being Commissioned in 1972. His ministry has included parish ministry, specialist work with homeless alcoholics and secondment to work with the Government on inner city policy. His ministry prior to retirement in 2015 was as Chaplain to the Bishop of Southwark Tom Butler followed by an Advisory role on Urban and Public Policy for Bishop Christopher Chessun. In December 2016 he was ordained as one of the first Distinctive Deacon’s in the Diocese of Southwark. Terry is active in exploring the implications for theology in the context of public policy. He has published several essays and continues to write and research for publication. Terry is Chair of the Board of the charity Toc H. Married to Lynda they have a son who is a priest in the Church of England.
Revd Samuel Pervez
Honorary Assistant Curate (PTO)
PCC Meetings 2020 – 2021
(Covid-19: The PCC is currently meeting remotely via video conference)
Dates are provisional, subject to when /how the APCM 2020 for the year ended 31st Dec 2019 can take place.
21st May 2020 8.15pm
18th June 2020 8.15pm
16th September 2020 8.00pm
12th November 2020 8.00pm
21st January 2021 8.00pm
10th March 2021 8.00pm
by 31st May 2021 (APCM) 11.30am
Hon PCC Secretary