Our team is drawn from churches in Harrow and several of our board members work in education or children’s ministry. We all share a joint vision and passion to see that this generation of children and young people are given the opportunity to learn about the life of Jesus Christ.
To the right you will see our board of trustees, and below you will find our current workers.
School Worker Coordinator
Becky was born and raised in Chester. At university she studied Primary Education with Art & Design at the University of Cumbria, Lancaster. She then taught for 4 years in the UK and 2 years in Arusha, Tanzania. For the last 3 years Becky has worked as a Children’s Ministry Coordinator at a C of E church in Croydon.
Becky has always been passionate about children and has been involved in children’s ministry since she was a teenager and helped to lead weekly youth clubs and the local village holiday club.
Becky is really excited to be joining the Re:gen team and cannot wait to combine all the skills and experience she has gained in her 2 previous jobs to reach the children of Harrow.
School Worker (Adoption cover)
Suheli Michel was born in London, England to a Muslim Bangladeshi British family. She studied Digital Media at University and became a Chrisitan in 2010. She is a mother of 2 children and a wife.
Suheli has worked as an ESL teacher online to children in mainland china and then went into being an events manager for Tutor Doctor. She volunteers at RCC in the worship team and kids/youth ministry alongside her husband. She has a passion for the gospel of Jesus to be taught to young children and can’t wait to serve the Harrow school community.
School Worker ( Currently on adoption leave)
Rebecca was born in Zimbabwe, raised in Botswana and Ireland, and then moved to England in 2017. Her passion for youth and children’s work started when she volunteered on Scripture Union camps as a teenager. Ever since she has been working in youth and children’s work, where she enjoys helping children and young people to explore their questions about Christianity.
Rebecca is excited to be continuing to do this and to be helping and supporting the schools in Harrow to bring out the best in their pupils as they move through the education system.
Meet our trustees
Juz oversees kids church and family life at St. Peter’s. Her role includes but is not limited to leading a team of volunteers and offers support to parents as they disciple their children. She is also Children’s Champion. She is passionate about reality TV.
Doug is a chartered accountant and chartered tax advisor who has his own practice in Harrow. He attends Rayners Lane Baptist Church, lives in Pinner with his wife and children and still enjoys playing competitive football.
Mark became a Christian at age 16. He is a youth leader at Elmfield Church in Harrow. He has been faithfully serving for 11 years. He lives in harrow with his wife Michelle and son Kai. He previously worked a IT support.
Jonny grew up in Uxbridge, west London. He went on to study Theology, Ministry & Mission at Wycliffe Hall theological college in Oxford and was ordained at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London in 2019. Jonny is now serving his curacy as a C of E priest at St. John the Evangelist, Great Stanmore where he lives with his wife Jenna and their dog Poppy. Having worked at both a primary school and at a C of E church in Uxbridge prior to ordination, Jonny is looking forward to working more closely with Re:gen as a trustee to see the good news of Jesus brought to the young people of Harrow.
Hilary Millard grew up in Harrow and returned to teach here after training at Winchester. She taught at Pinner Wood Middle School, Elmgrove and Priestmead First Schools during a 4 year period before attending All Nations Christian College for 2 years. In October 1986 she followed her conviction, with the blessing of her church (Elmfield Church, North Harrow,) that God wanted her to teach at Sakeji School in Zambia. The school is in a remote rural area and was set up in 1925 to provide schooling for children of missionaries. While there she had the privilege of teaching children of missionaries and others, from a variety of nations. In 2003 she moved to the main urban area of the country and helped to establish Amano Christian School where she served as Primary Head Teacher until her retirement. In December 2020 she returned to the UK and is helping with Re:gen and other activities. Throughout her life she has known the guidance of her Lord and Saviour and continues to seek His will for her life.