Rev. Phil Mullins
Vicar for the parish of Hordle and Tiptoe.
Phil grew up with no church contact, but came to faith at university in Cambridge whilst studying medicine. Following Christ has stirred in Phil a passion to help others come to know Jesus for themselves and for them to grow in faith. Phil served at a church in East Sussex, prior to studying at Oak Hill Theological College; he became a curate in Stafford and comes to Hordle and Tiptoe from St. James, Muswell Hill, North London. In his spare time Phil enjoys hiking, swimming, skiing, and amateur photography.
Since early days Christian activities have been a huge part of Gill’s life and her service has been mostly with children. She is a retired head teacher, having taught in East London, Kenya and locally. She has worshipped at Hordle for 45 years. Her spare time is spent travelling, walking and painting.
Greatly blessed by having Christian parents, Duncan’s fledgling faith found its firm foundation whist on Christian summer holiday camps. Retired after 40 years teaching, being Churchwarden, responsible for fabric, offers further opportunity to serve God. Duncan enjoys family life (4 children and 6 grandchildren), gardening, hand-bell ringing and golf to keep him busy.
Ed retired from patternmaking in 2010 and moved to Horde from Wokingham in 2014. He and his wife Pat have attended All Saints’ and been active members in the life of the church since then. He has been deputy churchwarden for several years and along with Pat run a fortnightly small group. He enjoys playing golf, reading and woodturning.
After qualifying as a chartered accountant, Andrew worked in the industrial sector and enjoyed managing people and finances. His last job for the Anglican Communion based in London was the most rewarding. Andrew is married to Leanne with four grown up children and two grandchildren. Andrew moved to the area in 2015. He loves sport, playing golf and going for walks.
Peter is the Parish Administrator; he also occasionally preaches and leads worship. Peter lives in New Milton, is married to Alex and has three teenage girls. Peter enjoys writing novels, cycling, and long walks on the beach. He also advocates on mental health issues.
Mary and her husband David moved to Sway in 1999, Mary with a life-threatening illness. God worked a healing miracle and following her recovery she is glad to serve God using her gift of Administration in various roles in the Church. In her spare time she enjoys sewing and other crafts, decorating, gardening, handbell ringing and singing.