Tim joined ICS Council in September 2016 and is currently the Dean of Kildare.
Was the Archbishop’s Representative to the EU and Canon of the Pro-Cathedral Holy Trinity, Brussles (2008-2013).
He is now the Vicar of All Saints, Ecclesall.
David White comes from Northern Ireland and spent most of the last forty years in Brussels.
As a Reader in Holy Trinity, Brussels, at St. Mary and St. Martha, Leuven and for a year in Florence. He now lives in Northchurch with his wife Diana.
Is the ICS Honorary Treasurer and has been a supporter of ICS through St. Peter’s, Château-d’Oex.
Chris is a Chartered Accountant and was employed in the banking sector for thirty-six years until retirement.
Ann Tyndall is a member of St. Paul’s, Tervuren.
She is a lay minister, married to Simon (the chaplain of St. Paul’s) and has two married children in the UK.
Valerie Thomas was first introduced to ICS 20 years ago on a campsite in France.
She was a member of St. Paul’s, Tervuren, and then St. Michael’s, Paris, where she was licensed as a Reader. Valerie continues to be a Reader in the Diocese of Bath and Wells, serves on Diocesan Synod, and is a volunteer Hospital Chaplain.
Liz Skudder is a Youth Outreach Worker at Christ Church, Billericay.
She is married to Ray and mother to Thomas.
Henry's interest in ICS dates back 38 years ago when he served as Seasonal Chaplain in Interlaken.
Later he became Chaplain in Madrid and then Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese in Europe (1995-2002). He retired from his role as South America Director for the Church Mission Society, in 2017.
Michael Sanders was the ICS Chaplain at St. John and St. Philip in The Hague (2001–2007).
He is now active as a Locum and is a member of the ICS prayer group in Cheltenham.
Dr Stephen Hance is Dean of Derby.
He served as Canon Missioner of Southwark Cathedral, Director of Mission and Evangelism for the Diocese of Southwark, Vicar of Ascension Balham Hill (Southwark), Team Vicar in the Tollington Team Ministry (London) and Curate of St. Jude’s Southsea (Portsmouth). His first involvement with ICS was as the General Synod nominee to Council. Having left General Synod, he is glad to have been elected to serve on Council for a future term.
Richard Jackson is Bishop of Lewes.
Prior to being ordained Bishop, he was Vicar of Rudgwick in 1998 and then was Rural Dean of Horsham from 2005 before taking up the role of Mission & Renewal Adviser and Leader of the Church Growth Team within the Diocese.
John Carter is a retired Chartered Building Surveyor.
He has sat on various committees and was Chairman then Secretary of a nationwide group of surveyors. He is also trained in mediation and attends his local church in Pitney Somerset.