David is married to Leone. Together they have 4 adult daughters Dianne, Melissa, Naomi and Kristi. Dianne is married to Steve and have two sons Hamish and Mitchell and a daughter due in January. Melissa’s loved golden Labrador, Beau, is also very much part of the family. Naomi is married to Anthony and they have a daughter, Bethany and son, Elijah. Kristi is the only one who doesn’t live in Sydney and has crossed the boarder and recognises herself as a Queenslander, living in Brisbane.
David and Leone are partners in a ministry in the Anglican Church, in the Grafton Diocese, that spans 46 years beginning with youth fellowship, growing through theological study and ordination and covering a range of parish appointments that has led them to their current leadership at Northern Beaches Anglicans. They live in Woolgoolga and enjoy being part of the community.
Watching movies, walking and picnics together, exploring this amazing country of ours and spending time with family is the focus of their ‘free’ time. David enjoys watching sport on TV. He is a committed supporter of the Tigers in the NRL and the Sydney Swans in the AFL. He is looking forward to a repeat of 2005 when they both won the Premiership but deep down believes Jesus will probably return before that happens again.
Simon is 42 years young. He has served in full-time ordained ministry as a Young Families Minister for 8 years in the Diocese of Armidale. Firstly at Quirindi and for the last 5 years at Armidale Cathedral. Prior to theological studies at Sydney Missionary & Bible College, Simon attained a Master of Nursing Degree and worked for 10 years as an acute care nurse.
Simon is married to Alison, who is a trained pre-school teacher. They are the proud parents of Ella (12), Zoe (10) and Joel (7). Simon enjoys playing soccer and mountain bike riding.
Hi! I’m Pam Stone, deacon for Northern Beaches Anglicans.
Introducing Pam, deacon here since 2009.
Pam is mum to Belinda and two very loved pups, Pippin and Snowflake.
Having retired from chaplaincy at Southern Cross University she now spends much of her time involved with the more senior members of our church. She is enthusiastically involved in chaplaincy at the local retirement village where she holds a weekly service and a bible study and prayer group.
Wherever there is an opportunity to meet and talk to people Pam is there. She is involved in pastoral visiting and is happily embedded in our op shop.
Her interests are reading and music and bush walking, if time permits,and once a year she heads off overseas for a three week break.