Who’s Who

Our Leadership Team

Rev. George Reeves is our Rector

I’m really pleased to have taken on the role of Rector of St Peter and St Mark’s parish Levenshulme.

Having grown up in Wigan, I spent 20 years working in insurance for the Co-op in Manchester prior to ordination. More recently, I’ve spent my curacy in Ashton-under-Lyne, serving the 5 churches of the Parish of the Good Shepherd. I’m married to Katie and have sons, Dan & Nathan.

Rev. Harriet Tate is the Associate Minister

Harriet leads services, preaches and leads the Wednesday evening Bible Fellowship.

Harriet has worked in business and education. Her current portfolio includes being a Grandma.

Rev. Katie Reeves is our Children & Family Minister

Katie’s role is to support our children and family work. She is often to be found at our lighthouse tots group, in local schools, working with our children’s church and supporting families.

Katie has been an early years teacher and ran a parents’ unit in a school. She enjoyed a curacy at Droylsden and is married to George and mum to Dan and Nathan.

Val Penoyre is our Lay Reader Emeritus

Val leads services and preaches.

Val also has a variety of roles behind the scenes.

Carolyn Bubb is our Lay Reader

Carolyn leads services and preaches.

Carolyn works within social services.

Our Church Wardens

Each parish has Churchwardens, who are the bishop’s officers in the parish. They have particular responsibility for church buildings – among other things!

St Peter’s Church

Val Turner

John Carol

St Mark’s Church

Paul Bishop

Our Treasurers

St Peter’s Church: Ralph Penoyre

St Mark’s Church: Vacant. Please contact the Rector (George) for more information.

Website & Noticeboards

Peter Gibson

If you are interested in helping with these, please contact us.


The leadership team is strongly supported by both Parish Church Councils and many others with particular responsibilities for Sunday worship and/ or midweek activities.

If you would like to know how you can get more involved please contact us or even better, come and visit us on a Sunday morning or at one of our midweek activities.