Senior Team

Revd Beverly Watson, Vicar

Revd Beverly Watson

Beverly was born in the Midlands, and grew up within a committed Christian family. She studied music as a young person, and theology at Cambridge as an undergraduate. Before being ordained deacon at St Paul’s Cathedral in 2008, and priest in Birmingham Cathedral in 2009, Beverly taught music (French horn and piano), and was in charge of music at a centre for adults with learning disabilities. She joined All Saints' in September 2015.

Beverly is married to Andrew, and they have four children: Hannah (married to Peter), Samuel, Joseph, and Lydia.

Carolyn Nicholls, Churchwarden

Carolyn NichollsCarolyn was born in Lancashire and brought up in church-going family. She came to know Jesus as Saviour as a teenager through Scripture Union camps. Following nursing training in London and Edinburgh, Carolyn came to Guildford working in the old Royal Surrey in Farnham Road. In 1976 she went to work in Bangladesh with TearFund for two years before meeting Peter in Dhaka. Following their wedding they continued to work in Dhaka then Thailand until 1982. In 1993 the Nicholls returned to Bangladesh with their three children. On return to England, Carolyn worked as a District Nurse. Carolyn has served as Churchwarden since 2016.

Henrietta Harding, Churchwarden

Henrietta HardingHenrietta, along with her family; Eugene, Ryan and Bijou have been part of All Saints' church for 16 years. Over the years, she has served the as Sacristan, Deputy Church Warden and currently Church Warden. Henrietta was brought up in a family with strong Christian values and has maintained her faith throughout her life. She has spent all of her working life in telecommunications, networking and service management with companies such as Alcatel, Hutchison 3G, Ericsson, Virgin Media, Capita and Vodafone. Outside of her day job and church activities, she enjoys spending time with her family, loves cooking meals, reading and having a quiet night in.

Richard Hemingway, Deputy Churchwarden

Richard HemingwayRichard Hemingway came to live in the parish in 1977, and has served the church in a number of capacities since then, seeing 6 incumbents in that time! He is a retired solicitor, and currently serves as Deputy Church Warden (having also seen through 2 terms as Warden), and Pastoral Assistant. He has sung in the church choir throughout, acts as chalice assistant and intercessor, and also now leads the Barnabas House Group.

Lara Milne, Deputy Churchwarden

Lara MilneLara was born and brought up in North West London within an Evangelical House Church family. Although she was a believer in Christ from a young age she came to her own true understanding of what that meant to her much later on in her late thirties. She moved to Guildford with her husband David’s new job in the early 1990’s. She discovered All Saints Church through a Christmas card put through the door. Her first visit was on Christmas Eve for the Midnight Mass, about 15 yrs ago now. She has attended regularly ever since and became a church member soon after her first visit. Member of the choir and helper with Sacristans duties she is now a deputy church warden.

Trish Tye, Parish Administrator & Communications Officer, PCC Secretary

Trish grew up in Wiltshire within a Christian farming family. Trish has spent most of her career working in IT for Surrey County Council. Trish has attended All Saints for over ten years and in 2018 decided to give up her full time IT career to take the role of Parish Administrator & Communications Officer at All Saints. Trish is married to Eve and they have four grandchildren. Trish can be found in the Parish Office Monday to Thursday mornings and is there to support Beverly and the mission of All Saints.

Chris Lambert, PCC Treasurer

Chris was born in what is now called North Tyneside. He was brought up in a small mining village near Whitley Bay and baptised, following his mother’s religion, in a Methodist chapel a few hundred yards from one of the pitheads. Chris' mother continued to be a committed Methodist to the end of her life. Chris moved down to Guildford in 1983 for his job in London. He joined a quasi religious sect called the School of Economic Science in 1989. They professed to be a philosophical organisation but their teaching was in truth based on Bhagavad Geeta and the Upanishads. Chris sought out a church to go to in 2004/5, went far and wide – even as far as Godalming but discovered All Saints' church just round the corner from where he lived on Trinity Sunday 2005. He has been a regular attendee ever since.