Julia Watts

Julia has been teaching for over 23 years but has recently felt God calling her out of this and to rest and be restored. She has a heart for Harrogate and its people, both young and old and loves to be involved in the business of God’s restoration and freedom for all. She is delighted to be working alongside all those who are already involved in the Hub and excited about what the future holds.

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Sam Corderoy

Sam has joined The Hub as joint coordinator, along with Julia Watts.  Sam spent the first 17 years of her career in business, until 3 years ago when she felt God call her away from that in order to serve the Harrogate community. Since then, she has volunteered for the Church and local schools, and is now really excited about the opportunity to join The Harrogate Hub team.

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Rev. Andy Patrick

Andy is Team Vicar of St John’s and St Luke’s Bilton, having previously been Curate at St Mark’s, Harrogate. As a trustee, Andy oversees the Church engagement team – connecting with Harrogate churches to see how we can work together on mission in order to bless our town.

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Andrew Gray

Andrew is a solicitor and an entrepreneur and is the founder of Truth Legal Solicitors in Harrogate, He is committed to providing access to justice, irrespective of the ability to pay. A Quaker, attending the Harrogate Meeting; Andrew is married to Julia and they have two children.

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Ben Askew

Trustee with responsibility for prayer at The Hub 

Ben is the pioneer minister at Kairos Network Church in Harrogate and has been a Trustee at The Hub for four months. Ben is passionate about Jesus being the central reason for why we do what we do at The Hub and sees that God is already at work. He longs to see the church in Harrogate work together to see what He is doing and get involved! He believes The Hub should be a real and authentic community, where we function as a good extended family and that as many of us as possible to are doing the things God has called us to do. 

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Rev Guy Donegan-Cross

Guy is married to Ruth and they have four children. He likes living in Harrogate, and particularly the way different churches and groups work together in town. He has been vicar of St Mark’s Harrogate for seven years, and before that has been a teacher and political researcher.

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