Andy was born in Yorkshire and moved to north Wales in 1997. He trusted Christ in his early twenties. An industrial chemist by trade, he sold flame retardants around the world. Being inspired by the scenery he became a professional photographer and now has a shop and gallery in Criccieth. As well as playing bass, and being treasurer, his particular responsibility on the eldership is pastoral care. Andy is married to Ali and they have two grown-up children, John and Miriam.
Mark was born in Swansea, but grew up in Poole, Dorset. He made a profession of faith in the Lord Jesus at a young age and he was blessed in his walk with the Lord by godly elders and Crusader leaders. After two years at South Wales Bible College, he spent twenty-three years in the Merseyside Police. The Lord led him and his wife, Ann, to move to North Wales and led them to Criccieth in 2016. They have three sons and nine grandchildren. Mark’s special responsibility on the eldership is for prayer.
Steve is a proud Scotsman and adopted Welshman. He is married to Marian and has learnt Welsh fluently. Steve works in software design, a job which takes him around the world. Appropriately, his responsibility on the eldership is for global and world mission. Steve and Marian have three adult children.