St. John’s Methodist Church
Amersham, Buckinghamshire
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Revd. Nigel Wright

The Revd. Nigel Wright is the Minister of  St. John’s together with the Methodist Churches in Chesham, Prestwood, Lee Common and Amersham Old Town.

Nigel studied law at university and worked briefly as a solicitor before going on to theological college and becoming a Methodist Minister. He is married to Heather and they have a teenager.

In his spare time he is a keen supporter of Ipswich Town FC, usually managing to get to see a few games during the year. He also enjoys walking and reading.

Revd Adam Wells - Circuit Superintendent Minister

Adam was born in Kenya, where his parents were teachers. When Adam was four his family returned to the UK.

He received his call to Ministry while reading Religious Studies at Lancaster University, where he also met his wife Ann.

He was accredited as a Local Preacher in 1986 in the Leytonstone and Forest Gate Circuit in the London North East District. From 1987 Adam spent three years at Wesley House in Cambridge training to be a Methodist Minister.

Since leaving Cambridge Adam has served in the following Circuits; Barrhead near Glasgow, Durham & Deerness Valley, Loughborough and Borders Mission in the Notts and Derby District before arriving in the Amersham Circuit in 2019.

Adam is passionate about encouraging people to grow in their own relationship with Christ and develop a spirituality that sustains them. Adam is a Tertiary of the Order of the Holy Paraclete, an Anglican religious order based in Whitby.

Adam rides a recumbent trike and is a passionate supporter of Arsenal football club.

Pam Sitford - Lay Worker

Pam Sitford was born in Highgate - North London - during an air-raid. From a small child she attended the Methodist Mission Church 'Archway Central Hall' where in 1955 she was received into membership of the Methodist Church. In 1965, she married and moved away from London to Prestwood.

She joined the Methodist Church at Prestwood (part of the Amersham Circuit) and very soon became involved in work both in the local church and the circuit.


Judy Rea

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