James Allan (Pastor)
James is originally from Cardiff. After teaching in secondary schools for 15 years, he became pastor at Hebron in January 2017. He is married to Esther and they have four children.
Philip received saving faith in 1967, and became gripped by the Word of God at university. Like Joseph Parry, he is a ‘bachgen bach o Ferthyr erioed, erioed’, and soon returned to his home town and church. He is deeply grateful to God for having been a member at Hebron since 1987, where he has been an elder since 1988.
I am so glad that 33 years ago I and my wife and family arrived at Hebron, which is an Evangelical Church where the Word of God is always preached up to this present time, and I am so grateful to God for His care and guidance.
Work brought Kendal to Hebron from Marlow in Buckinghamshire in the 1990’s where he met his wife and settled. He works in the Health service and became an Elder in 2019.
Gareth has a lifelong connection with Hebron, having been brought as a child, and was drawn back after hearing former minister Sulwyn Jones preaching at his grandmother’s memorial service. He continued to attend with his future wife. He has been a deacon since 2014.
Jeremai Smith (Jez)
If you see a poster, leaflet or calendar from Hebron then Jez probably designed it! He has been a deacon since 2014 and a member at Hebron since 2008, having previously lived in England and the USA.