Officers and Staff
Revd Benjamin Wontrop
Our Minister Benjamin is originally from the United States. In 2016, following his theological study, he took up a call as minster in Bury St Edmunds Presbyterian Church, Suffolk. In the spring of 2019 he was called to Newcastle as a minister of All Saints. Following the departure of our church planting minister, Benjamin was confirmed as our minister. Benjamin is married to Anna. They have three children, Joy, Ezra and Elizabeth.
Jonathan Winch is a founding member of All Saints, having previously served as elder in Durham Presbyterian Church. Jonathan and Julie have four adult children and five grandchildren - and counting! An educationalist by vocation, Jonathan also enjoys reading, music and fell walking.
A ruling elder since 2018, Chris works as a general paediatrician at the Royal Victoria Infirmary. He also leads two local Christian charities, which provide educational resources and practical care for women in need. He is married to Alison and they have seven children under 12 years, which keeps both of them on our knees for help and very busy!
Revd Florian Weicken
Church Planting Minister - Zurich
An alumnus of Westminster Seminary and former ministerial assistant at All Saints, Florian is now the minister of Zurich Presbyterian Church. His wife, Veronica, delights their Swiss congregation with her Scottish culinary expertise.
A retired police officer, Tony now works for the NHS. His decades of experience in home renovation come in handy with the many practical challenges that come with the All Saints building. Married to Vera, Tony has two daughters and three grandchildren.
Liam came to faith as a teenager, and soon made All Saints his church family. Now married with two children, Liam works as a financial advisor during the week. A linguist by training, he enjoys travelling and translating in his spare time.
Sam is married to Lois and they have four children. The family moved from Cambridge to the North East in 2008. When he is not working as a solicitor, Sam loves the outdoors, particularly fell walking in the Lakes with the family, reading biographies, and indulging his passion for church music.
Revd Ronaldo André
Ronaldo is a minister of the Presbyterian Church of Brazil and a gifted evangelist. He has years of missionary experience in Nepal and Romania. Here in Newcastle he is working with and alongside our congregation as we seek to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to those all around us who are lost and dying in their sin.
Raised in a Christian home, Kathy moved to the UK from Florida in 1987 when her father took up a pastorate in the Northeast of England. Kathy has worked for numerous Christian organisations, including ten years teaching at a private Christian school, over the last 30 years. Kathy is married to Simon and they have two grown daughters. Kathy loves powering her way through a to-do list and if money-saving strategies were an Olympic sport, she’d be aiming for a gold medal. She enjoys travel, especially to tropical locations, cooking and painting.