WBC Leadership Team

Rev Kezia Robinson


Kezia Robinson is our team Minister.  She has 3 children and also fosters children/young people.  She has a heart for mission, serving the least and engaging with the community.

Michael Bradley


Michael has been a member of the church leadership team for many years and brings a wealth of wisdom and experience.  He also has a large family of children and grand children keeping him busy and he likes to travel with his wife Florence.

Eleanor Brennan

Ministerial Assistant and Night Shelter Coordinator

Eleanor is married to Steve and has one child.  She assists the ministry team helping run services where she has a special interest in creativity and the arts. She also administrates the Night Shelter and Drop in.

Sue Phillips


Sue is married to Mark with 2 boys at school and enjoys singing in the WBC choir and playing the guitar for worship.  She also leads our Bible Study on Wednesday evenings and has a great pastoral spirit in caring for folk in our community.

Flora Davies

Farsi Fellowship Pastor

Flora has been involved in mission and collaborating with different organisations involved in mission for many years.  She works with our Farsi community who meet on Friday evenings and provides help and support to asylum seekers. 

Andy Willis

Finance Deacon

Andy has been a member of Wakefield Baptist Church since moving to Yorkshire from Berkshire in 1990.  He is married with 4 grown sons and 3 grandchildren.

He enjoys all sports and regularly plays squash.  But it is his support of Man City since he was 8 which shows his true colours.  However, nothing beats playing with the grandchildren.

Dave Taylor


David Taylor has been a member at WBC for many years.  He has 3 children and his first grandchild ‘Anwen’ was born in October 2017 = a proud Grandpa.  Dave manages our Drop In and Night Shelter and is a fantastic cook.

Mel Neale


Mel has been at WBC since she was a student at Bretton Hall College.  Mel is married to Ric and has 2 young children.  Mel shows her creative talents in many ways within our community including performing storing ‘tellings’ from time to time and leading the ‘Make a Joyful Noise’ group bi-monthly for children and young people on a Sunday morning.  Mel always uses her pastoral and creative talents to work with a Wakefield group called Co-Active which works with people with learning difficulties.