St Barnabas is led through a collaboration between ordained and lay leaders. We are very blessed with a gifted and diverse clergy and congregation who offer their skills to the mission and ministry of the church.

Staff Team

Revd. Sarah Howard-Jones


A new Vicar has been announced for St Barnabas! We are delighted to welcom Revd. Sarah Howard-Jones to the ministry team of St Barnabas later this year. Sarah is currently serving as Curate at St. Martin's, Kensal Rise.

Mtr Jenny Krige
Assistant Priest for Children and Families

My husband, Paul, and I have recently moved to the UK from Johannesburg, South Africa. We have three daughters living in and around London and a son in Melbourne. We decided to make the move to be closer to our 5 grandchildren here as they grow up. For the last 10 years I have been at St Mary’s Junior School for girls in Waverley where I facilitated Divinity lessons across the primary school and supported the school chaplain with confirmation classes and weekly Chapel services for the staff and students. I've always had a twin vocation to minister and teach. I look forward to being with you at St Barnabas and thank you for your welcoming presence.

Harry Guthrie
Director of Music


Harry Guthrie is a choral conductor, baritone and teacher based in London. Alongside a busy schedule as Director of Music at St Barnabas’, Harry is Head of Choral Music at Notting Hill & Ealing High School. He has worked with the Rodolfus Choir, the Cambridge University Chamber Choir and Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir. In 2018, Harry founded the professional choir Continuum

Passionate about working with young people, Harry has previously worked at Wells Cathedral School, St John’s College School, Cambridge and for the Girls’ Choir of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge. Harry enjoys annual work with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and the Rodolfus Foundation, both of which were instrumental in developing his love of choral music. 

After growing up in Bedford, Harry read Music at Trinity College, Cambridge where he held a Choral Scholarship under Stephen Layton. Before coming up to Cambridge, he spent a year as the Bass Choral Scholar at Wells Cathedral.

Henry Tozer
Music Director Gospel Choir
and Noisy Mass


Hello, dear reader. You probably know me as the leader of the Ealing Gospel Choir. I grew up in deepest Devon playing Chopin and The Beatles, did my music degree at Robinson College, Cambridge, and then flirted briefly with composing music for films in New York City. As you may already know, my passion is sharing the transformational power of music with people. That's led me through various teaching and choir-leading positions (such as Head of Vocals at the Twyford Trust), as well as in various positions on stage. As a pianist, singer and composer I write and record music - songs, piano works and anything that moves my heart. Actually, I'm shortly to release my debut album... watch this space! I have an online audience of people from across the world (10000 and counting!) for whom I've been performing online concerts during the lockdown. I practice meditation and Qi Gong to help me ride the waves of life with some level of equilibrium and purpose. And that's all I shall say here - feel free to ask me or talk to me about anything!

Nick Barnes
020 8998 4079


I've lived in Ealing almost all my life and have served St Barnabas parish as Facilities Manager for over 30 years. I'm passionate about working in the local community and ensuring the buildings of the church are well maintained to enable our mission and ministry. 

Lay Leadership


Ellen Coleman

It is not an exaggeration to say that St Barnabas has been a second family to me – it is the staple of many home videos, from my 3rd birthday to my last school concert. The enthusiasm and kindness of the people here pulled me through my awkward teenage years and made me a much more courageous person, and I hope to support the church in providing similar opportunities for others. I now work as a Project Manager in construction, but as has been the case for the last 20 years, you'll always be able to find me in the choir.

Azmaer Samuel

I have lived in Ealing my entire life and been worshipping at St. Barnabas for almost 4 years now. I feel blessed to have an active role in the church and look forward to helping St Barnabas achieve its mission.

Felicity Mather
PCC and Pastoral Assistant

I have lived in Ealing for 39 years; for 25 of those years I worked as a local GP. I then trained as a Pastoral Assistant, a role I have fulfilled for 15 years. I am a member of the Ministry Team and am passionate about pastoral care and the local community.

Miranda Gray
PCC Member

I head up a team of markers for an international real estate company. I’ve lived in various parts of Ealing for over 15 years. I’m always drawn back to St Barnabas because of its family focused community.

Linda Jamil
PCC Member

I grew up in West London since I was 5 years old. And over 20 years of it was in Ealing, which holds a very special place in my heart. Being a member of St. Barnabas Ealing has given me a chance to reach out to the multiracial community of Ealing in order to ensure a safe, loving and inclusive neighborhood, for my family and others.

Janet Robinson
PCC Member

I moved to Ealing in 1986 and am now a retired HR professional.  I have worshiped at and actively contributed to life at St Barnabas since I moved to Ealing and I feel blessed to be part of the St Barnabas family.  I am committed to supporting the contribution that St Barnabas within the Parish and the wider community.

PCC Member

I love St Barnabas because it has really helped me come to (a still imperfect!) faith. Completely unexpected: I never ever thought that would happen. It's also a church of doing as well as preaching. During the 2020 lockdown, it was great that lots of us seemed to draw energy from doing things within the church and community – and showed me how community organising can be really powerful in lots of unexpected and hilarious and odd and mysterious ways, so I'm really passionate about that part of St Barnabas, too.