David grew up in several different parts of the world, and moved to Aberdeen in 2004 for further theological studies. He is married to Angela and they have four young children. Previously David worked for UCCF with theological students and was the Assistant Minister at High Church, Hilton.
Simon came to faith through the persistence of school Christian Union teachers and Billy Graham’s mission to England in 1984. He works as an orthopaedic surgeon and lives with his wife Pam and their daughters, Emily and Grace in Old Aberdeen (along with a guinea pig, chickens, doves and tortoises)! He enjoys movies and meals with friends but has an even bigger appetite for crime novels.
Originally from the Highlands, Lawrie has been living in Aberdeen for over ten years. He is married to Susie and they have two young sons, Corin and Joel. Lawrie enjoys his work in Peterhead as a RME teacher. His interests are: supporting his beloved Rangers, adding to his eclectic music collection, cooking and reading.
David works as a GP. He had the privilege of growing up in a Christian family, and is now married to Kaye. They have two young sons, John and Matthew, and an even younger daughter, Ruth. Out of hours David plays a little football and golf, enjoys fine tea, and can be heard scraping a tune on the violin for a local orchestra or in the music group at church.
Nicola works in the church office two days a week. From Belfast originally, she studied at Aberdeen University before moving to SW England, then back to Aberdeen in 2001. Nicola is married to Patrick and they have three boys, Robert, Jonny and Christopher.
Drew is responsible for leading the music at Trinity. He retired in 2007 from St Margaret’s School for Girls in Aberdeen where he was Head of Music for many years. He now has an active career as a chamber music pianist and accompanist. Drew is married to Fiona and they have one son, David, who lives in Hampshire.
Will grew up near Oxford in a Christian home and then worked as a Geography Teacher in York for 6 years before training for ministry at Oak Hill College in London. He moved to Aberdeen a couple of years ago with his wife Mary and they have five children.
Struan was raised in Dalgety Bay, a small and beautiful coastal town in Fife. He was snapped up by Aberdeen in 2014 to study History at the University of Aberdeen. Upon graduating, he went on to work with UCCF, doing their Relay program at Robert Gordon University Christian Union.