The Church Army Board is currently made up of the following people:
Deborah Bensted is currently the President of the Board. She is eager to see many more Australians outside existing churches come to trust Jesus. She has experience as a nurse and as a ministry worker. She loves studying Hebrew and Greek, but her main aim in life is to see God Glorified.
Gaye Mercier is trained as a nurse and midwife. She has twenty eight years experience as a cross-cultural missionary in Peru and Chile with Church Missionary Society. She has lectured at various Theological Colleges and was the Dean at St Andrews Hall for seven years. She is eagerly involved at Holy Family Anglican Church, Wyoming.
Adam Moore is the Chairman of the Church Army Australia Board. He likes to see strategic action. As a builder, he oversees major construction projects across the nation. He is convinced that Church Army Australia is well-placed to have a significant impact as it reaches people outside existing churches with the hope of Jesus.
Pat Quayle has been doing Evangelistic work with Church Army for 44 years. 17 of these years was before she met and married Doug, who has been an active Church Army Evangelist for 50 years. She loves seeing more people come to trust Jesus. She sees this happen through Church Army.
Jack Starmans is a Church Army Evangelist. He currently works with Mission to Seafarers and also works in Evangelism with various Anglican Churches. He has worked in many different contexts from Children’s clowning to music to preaching and is delighted to help achieve the mission of reaching those beyond the reach of existing Churches.
Philip Young is a lawyer who works with a major bank. He is thrilled to help Church Army Australia focus on achieving their mission by sending and supporting Evangelists to reach Australians with Jesus. He is an active member of Seaforth Anglican Church in Sydney’s northern beaches.