Co-Pastor Colin Berg
Colin comes from Barry, but has lived in various parts of England and Wales before moving to Little Mill in 2009. He became a Christian in his mid-teens and spent his formative years as a Christian in a small church plant on a large housing estate. Partly because of this Colin has always had a strong interest in supporting small churches.
After University Colin worked initially as a Probation Officer in the North West of England. He later moved into Social Services, and came to Monmouthshire as the Director of Social & Housing Services in 2000. After four years he was appointed as Chief Executive Officer for Monmouthshire County Council.
Colin took early retirement in May 2009 so that he could take up a call to the pastorate at Little Mill.
Colin has been married to his wife Joy for over 48 years, and has three married children and six grandchildren.
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Co-Pastor Peter Hilder
Peter was born into a Christian family, and grew up in Clevedon, North Somerset. He became a Christian himself around the age of eight, trusting personally in the Lord Jesus Christ.
The local church and its children’s and youth work were instrumental in his growth and development, as were the seven years spent in Aberystwyth, as a Business Student and then Pastor’s Assistant. Aberystwyth was also where he met Demelza, his wife, and where they had the first of their five children.
Since leaving Aberystwyth Peter and his family have lived in Clevedon, and moved to Newport in 2010. Up until 2013 Peter worked in retail but he now runs his own internet business giving him the flexibility to be more involved in church life.
He has had a desire for Christian ministry since being a teenager and has been actively involved in church life since then; he is currently doing the Evangelical Movement of Wales Theological Training Course.
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Deacon Paul Bufton
Paul has been appointed deacon with special responsibility for the finance of the church. Paul has been a long time member of the church and has gladly given himself in service to the Lord's work.
His role is complement that of the elders in serving and offering leadership to the church.