Trevor Stubbs

Trevor Stubbs

In 1948 Trevor Stubbs was born a son of a third generation market fruiterer in Northampton in the heart of England. All was set for him to become the fourth in line, but the new educational opportunities of the 1960s opened up a new world. Discovering a real Christian faith in his mid teens (thanks to some very inspirational youth leaders), Trevor went on to explore a call to ordination as an Anglican clergyman. At 19 he went up to King's College, London to study theology. At 22 he began a three year adventure as a volunteer teacher and mission worker in Papua New Guinea. Ordained in 1974, he went as a curate to Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire where he met and married Tina. More adventure followed with an overland journey across Europe and Asia eventually arriving in Queensland, Australia where he worked for three years.

In 1980 Trevor and Tina returned to the UK and have lived and worked in Yorkshire, Dorset and finally South Sudan. They now live near Bristol, UK where they are 'officially' retired. Trevor and Tina have three sons and two grandchildren.