Peter Greyling
Peter was born in South Africa and studied Economics at the University of Natal in Durban, and at the University of Durban-Westville.

Peter and his family relocated to the United States in 1981 to continue his work in real estate with a Swiss multi-national. He served for a number of years as Senior Vice President with Richard Bowers and Company in Atlanta, one of the state's largest Commercial Real Estate Companies.

In Atlanta he served as an Elder with Perimeter Church, as an Associate Director for The Areopagus (an apologetics ministry) and on the boards of AFMIN (African Ministries: a leadership development ministry working in sub-Saharan Africa), and The Jackson Institute. Peter is also member of the Steering Trustee for The Schuman Centre for European Studies in Amsterdam, which promotes biblical perspectives on Europe's past, present and future. He has been on numerous mission trips to Europe, South America and Russia.

Peter and his wife Ilona have three grown children.
Ilona Greyling
Ilona is from Durban, South Africa. She attended the Durban University of Technology where she met her husband, Peter. They were married in 1973.

In 1981 the family relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. There she was involved with Bible Study Fellowship and led Women's Discipleship Groups utilising Classical Discipleship programmes from The Jackson Institute. In 2008 she relocated to the UK to serve in a voluntary capacity with Christian Heritage as Visitor Centre Co-ordinator. She was invited to join the Advisory Board of The Areopagus (an Apologetics-based ministry). In 2014 she relocated to London and formed part of the Steering Trustee for Christian Heritage London where she now serves as Co-Director.
Keith Berry
Keith originally comes from South Wales and studied English at the University of York.

Keith's ministry has been mostly as pastor-teacher in Baptist Churches around the country. His passion for church history led him to London and to his involvement in Christian Heritage London. He now helps to direct this new ministry, and leads walking tours around the city.

Keith is pastor of a small fellowship in West London and his heart is still very much concerned with local church ministry.
Ben Virgo
Ben comes from Sussex and studied Classics at University College London.

He has worked mainly in the financial sector in and around the City of London and with the homeless and drug addicts in London and Hong Kong. He has also worked for a Westminster think tank and continues to work in a freelance capacity in marketing.

He and his wife and children are involved in church planting in East London where they have lived since 1998.
Stuart Currie
Originally from Bedfordshire, Stuart has lived in London for the past 40 years. He studied Fine Art at the University of Kingston, Art Teaching at the University of Leicester, and History of Art at the University of London. He has worked as an art teacher and a history of art lecturer at the National Gallery and the Tate Gallery in London, and at the Universities of Kingston, Reading and London.

Stuart has served churches in the UK and Europe, and has worked since 2006 with the London City Mission. He is an elder in a growing church in East London.
Kenneth Brownell
Ken was born and brought up in the United States where he received his BA from Harvard University. In 1976 he came to study for a doctorate at St. Andrews University in Scotland. After teaching in American schools and colleges in London he attended the London Theological Seminary and worked at Cholmeley Evangelical Church in North London. In 1986 he was invited to become associate minister at East London Tabernacle and became minister in 1989.

In addition to his pastoral responsibilities he teaches church history at the London Seminary and chairs the Ministry Board of Pastoral Training International, under the auspices of which he visits Madagascar every year to train pastors. Ken is married to Alison, a hospital physician, and has two adult children.

He gives the tours through the impact of Christianity on the West at the Victoria and Albert Museum in Kensington.
Statement of Faith
We have adopted the Statement of Faith of the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF): The basis of the Fellowship shall be the fundamental truths of Christianity, as revealed in Holy Scripture, including:
  1. There is one God in three persons, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. God is sovereign in creation, revelation, redemption and final judgement.
  2. The Bible, as originally given, is the inspired and infallible Word of God. It is the supreme authority in all matters of belief and behaviour.
  3. Since the fall, the whole of humankind is sinful and guilty, so that everyone is subject to God's wrath and condemnation.
  4. The Lord Jesus Christ, God's incarnate Son, is fully God; he was born of a virgin; his humanity is real and sinless; he died on the cross, was raised bodily from death and is now reigning over heaven and earth.
  5. Sinful human beings are redeemed from the guilt, penalty and power of sin otitlenly through the sacrificial death once and for all time of their representative and substitute, Jesus Christ, the only mediator between them and God.
  6. Those who believe in Christ are pardoned all their sins and accepted in God's sight only because of the righteousness of Christ credited to them; this justification is God's act of undeserved mercy, received solely by trust in him and not by their own efforts.
  7. The Holy Spirit alone makes the work of Christ effective to individual sinners, enabling them to turn to God from their sin and to trust in Jesus Christ.
  8. The Holy Spirit lives in all those he has regenerated. He makes them increasingly Christlike in character and behaviour and gives them power for their witness in the world.
  9. The one holy universal church is the Body of Christ, to which all true believers belong.
  10. The Lord Jesus Christ will return in person, to judge everyone, to execute God's just condemnation on those who have not repented and to receive the redeemed to eternal glory.
Trustees