Rev’d Phil Nevard arrived in South Cambridgeshire at the end of July 2021 and formally began work in the village at the beginning of September. He and his wife, Lythan, are both United Reformed Church ministers having previously served pastorates in the North East, London and Devon.
Phil has an informal style of worship-leading and is always more interested in how the Christian Faith looks in day-to-day, living interactions with other people than how it looks in the words of doctrines and statements of faith. He has three grown-up children, some chickens, an old Kawasaki Er5 motorbike, an under-used camera that he’d like to use more and a novice’s interest in growing vegetables.
He’d be as happy to meet you in the Greyhound as to meet you in church and will always try to make himself available to anyone who needs someone to talk to, whether or not they consider themselves to be “religious”.