53 Drayton Green, Ealing, London W13 0JE
Tel: 020 8997 4706
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Charity Number (CIO): 1171604


Paul Levy - Chris Roberts - Chris Cradock - Chuck Phillips - Graham Weeks - Paul Meiners - Andrew Rae - Peter Lofthouse - Adrian Little - Jono Wilcox - John Silva

IPC Ealing is an Elder-led congregation. Elders are charged in the Bible to prepare Godís people for works of service so that the body of Christ might be built up (Ephesians 4:12). The Bibleís qualifications for Elders are found in 1 Timothy 3:1-11 and Titus 1:5-9. The duties of Elders are found in many scriptural passages: Acts 20:28, Hebrews 13:17, 1 Peter 5:1-5. All of our Elders teach in a variety of ways and shepherd Godís people. As Elders, we meet twice a month - once to discuss the work of the church and another time to pray for the congregation and for each other. If there are specific things that you would like us to pray for as Elders, please do be in touch and let one of the Elders know.

Paul Levy

Paul is a Welshman who's been at IPC since 2003.

He was born and bred in Swansea and spent four years in Cardiff working in a variety of uninteresting jobs. He came to London in 1999 to study on the Cornhill Training Course which teaches people to handle the Bible. Paul then worked at a church in South London, before being invited to come to IPC as Pastor. Paul was brought up in a Christian home and became a Christian in his teens. In 2000 he married Claire and they have three children Noah, Ellie and Phoebe. He enjoys watching Welsh rugby and reading good books. Paul is also writing a year long blog about his day to day activies ealinglevy.

Chris Roberts

Assistant Minister
Chris Roberts is a Northerner, who came to London in 2005 after studying in Newcastle and doing a year working for UCCF. He worked as a graphic designer before going to Cornhill and coming back to work for IPC in 2010. Chris is married Emma and is studying at London Theological Seminary.

Jono Willcox

Jono was born in London but grew up in Oxford and spent teenage years at boarding school. He was brought up in a Christian home and came to saving faith at the age of 12 whilst at camp. He has been at IPC for 12 years, helping out at Club 16 for the majority of those years. He met Marta at IPC and they were married in 2011. They have two boys - Jasper and Rowan. He is a geography teacher at Halliford School, Shepperton.

Chuck Phillips

Chuck is married to Wyema and they have 2 adult children, Rob and Penny, and 6 grandchildren. Chuck and Wyema lived in the US where Chuck served as a Pastor and Associate Pastor in a number of PCA congregations. They moved to Ealing in 2005. Chuckís passion is to see people from Iran and Afghanistan reached and discipled with the gospel. In addition to learning Farsi, Chuck is also an accomplished violinist.

John Silva

John is a half-Peruvian East London boy. He has lived all his life in London apart from 3 years at university in Leeds studying mechanical engineering. John was born and brought up in Leytonstone and Walthamstow. His family have been members of London City Presbyterian Church since 1983. John professed faith in 1995, came to IPC in 2008, and has served as a Deacon since 2013. He met his Dutch-Canadian wife Alanna in IPC in 2011. They have one son, Juan, born in November 2016.

Peter lofthouse

Peter has lived all his life in West London, is married to Sue and has 3 children and 10 grandchildren. He was brought up in a London City Mission family and responded to the call of God at the age of 8. Peter retired eight years ago from a Buildings maintenance career and has since served in voluntary work aimed at extending the Kingdom of God. Currently he and Sue enjoy spending Saturday mornings on the Church bookstall in Greenford.

Adrian Little

Adrian is a West London boy - brought up in Shrewsbury Gospel Hall and Oldfield Baptist. He would look back to the age of 12 where he came to faith, but went away from the Lord before coming back to church in his early 20s. Adrian married Rachel in 2001 and they have two children - Elissa 10 and Ethan 6. In 2007 Adrian became a Deacon, and he has been serving on the Building Committee for 6 years.

Graham Weeks

Has been an Elder at IPC for over 34 years. He and his wife Katy were among the original members when the Ealing congregation started in 1969. They served as missionaries in Nigeria from 1970, returning to the UK in 1982. Graham worked as a pharmacist, retiring in 2012. Graham and Katy have 4 children, 2 of whom are members of the congregation. Graham served as a local Councillor for eight years, and up to three Sundays a month he preaches at the Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre. He has also been Moderator of our Presbytery for four years.

Chris Cradock

Chris has lived in Ealing pretty much all his life, was baptised in IPC Ealing as a child and became an elder in the church in 2013. Chris is married to Froukje and they have 4 children: Marius, Rebecca,Annice and Florence. He works for a Strategy Advisory company and is particularly interested in history, cricket, rugby and food (both cooking and eating it!) Chris currently leads adult Sunday School which meets on Sunday mornings.

Paul Meiners

Has been in missions since 1979, first in Kenya and then in London since 2004. Before heading to Africa Paul studied at Westminster Theological Seminary and was a Pastor in North Dakota. He and his wife Liz have been married since 1972. They have 5 children and vast amounts of grandchildren spread out all over the world. They both work in pastoral care for Mission to the World and spend a great deal of their time travelling and supporting Missionaries in Europe. Please do visit MTW Pastoral Care website to see more of their work.

Andrew Rae

Was born and bred in the maritime provinces of Canada to which he escapes whenever he can. He is married to Nicky and they have three children: Jessica, Alister and Dominic, plus a dog called Milo. Andrew works for Hewlett Packard in project management He has served as an Elder at IPC Ealing since 2002. Heís also a passionate advocate of street hockey and runs local teams and events for children. Andrew is the Elder with the responsibility for leading House Groups.