Vicar / Senior Minister
Rupert has been Vicar of St. Peter’s since January 2010. Ordained in 1995, he has served in both large and small churches in London and Rochester dioceses and also spent 5 years on the staff of The Cornhill Training Course. He is married to Becky and they have four daughters. They have lived in Fulham since 2004 and enjoy the river being so close by but hate the traffic jams on the Fulham Palace Road!
Simon joined the St Peter’s staff team during lockdown 2020. After working on the staff team at Christ Church Mayfair, he trained for Anglican ministry at Oak Hill Theological College. Simon is married to Lucy and they have three young children. Simon loves nothing more than studying a Rugby line out. Psalm 19 is his favourite Psalm!
Operations Manager & Safeguarding Officer
Hannah joined St Peter’s in 2014 while she was a primary school teacher in West London. Since that time, she has been a regular member of the church, and involved in helping with the Sunday school kids groups as well as being the Church safeguarding officer. After finishing teaching in 2017, she tutored for 2 years while studying 1 day a week at Cornhill.
In December 2019, she became the Church administrator. In her free time, Hannah enjoys walking and cycling along the river as well as spending time enjoying the many cafes Fulham has to offer!
Emily joined St. Peter’s in 2017, after spending 2 years as a Ministry Trainee in Exeter, where prior to that she studied French and German at university. When not at work, you’ll likely to find her doing laps of Richmond Park on her bike, baking a delicious treat in her kitchen or enjoying a coffee in a nearby cafe.
Becca joined St Peter’s in May 2019 and joined the staff team in September 2021. She completed Cornhill F1 in 2021 and is continuing with F2 alongside church work. Prior to her role here she was a journalist for various outlets and studied at Swansea University, where much of her family is from. Her Welsh heritage is particularly obvious during the Six Nations. Becca loves running and baking (the latter needing the former), her two cats Bill and Ted, but dislikes packing and cleaning.
Luke was raised by an English mother and Aussie father ably assisted by two brothers, in beautiful Cambridge. As the middle child, his pride is regularly tamed by healthy competition in all things and has a bountiful collection of bronze medals except when visiting the opticians. Raised on a lean diet of shallow Australian culture, he has always stuck out for backing Australia in cricket and rugby and for following Jesus. After school he went to Exeter University for four years to enjoy all things outside engineering. In 2021 Luke escaped UK restrictions to the antipodes to work for CRU West camps for 7 months in sunny Perth. He enjoys cycling, oval shaped balls and sharing food but dislikes cold weather and tidying his room.