Darren Moore


Darren is a native born Essex boy and pleased to be back after a 36 year absence! He was previously Minister of St Cath’s Tranmere (near Liverpool) for 8 years and was on the staff teams at All Saints Peckham and Christ Church Surbiton Hill (both in London). He has had training for Ministry from the Cornhill Training CourseOak Hill Theological College and Westminster Seminary, Philadelphia.

Darren is a Trustee at European Missionary Fellowship (EMF) and contributor on Gospel Reformation. He is married to Glad and father of Josiah.

Ben Alexander

Associate Minister

Ben was ordained in the ARP and worked for a Church in South Carolina, having trained at Gordan-Conwell. Although called by the local congregation here and received by EPCEW, he is sent by World Witness. Ben is married to Trish, together they have Haddon, Piers, Charlotte and Swithin, names far too English to actually be English.

David Ferguson


David has been at CPC almost since its inception. He is a chartered architect and town planner, principal of an architectural practice specialising in work to historic churches. He is married to Ruth and have three grown up married children (and now a growing band of grandchildren), all walking with the Lord. David is a keen and loyal Ipswich Town supporter.

David Thomas


David is married to Fi and Dad to Rowan. By day his job is to keep our railways working.

Andrew T Cason

Music and Missions Coordinator

Andrew (or A.T to his mates) helps us develop our music and musicians, and our outreach. He gets most excited when music and mission meet. A.T. is passionate about using music and the arts generally to connect people with the Church. Recently he has starting setting Psalms to fresh but singable tunes. Together with his wife, Lauren they form Songs of the Folk, an original folk, roots, blues duo. They are also supported through World Witness.