Tulo Raistrick

Tulo Raistrick, Vicar at St. Barbara’s

The Vicar, Tulo Raistrick

Tulo has been the vicar at St Barbara’s since May 2014. Before that, he was a curate (vicar-in-training) in a church in south London. Before becoming a vicar, Tulo worked for international development charities for 20 years, travelling all over the world, and working with local Christians in enabling them to tackle poverty and transform their communities. Tulo is married to Sarah (a local GP), and has three children, Peter, Greg and Libby, one of whom is at university and two of whom are at secondary school. As a family, they love playing sports, going for walks, and playing board games.

Jeremy Bevan

The Curate, Jeremy Bevan

Jeremy has been curate (vicar-in-training) at St. Barbara’s since July 2022. As a curate in self-supporting ministry (SSM), he combines a part-time unpaid role serving the parish with a civil service career. Jeremy has 35 years’ experience with the Health and Safety Executive, and works on a range of national projects to keep people safe and healthy in their workplaces and homes. He is married to retired teacher Anne, and they have two grown-up children. He enjoys cycling, writing, and drinking coffee with Anne in Earlsdon’s many cafes.



Keith Wright & Rachael Moorley, Church Wardens

Keith Wright, Church Warden

Keith Wright

Rachael Moorley

Rachael Moorley

Keith and Rachael are non-ordained people who are responsible, along with the vicar, for the maintenance of the church building and the ministry of the church. They are elected by the church members.


The PCC (Parochial Church Council) is a group of people elected by the church members to work alongside the vicar and church wardens in making decisions about the life of the church.

The current members of the PCC are:

  • Andrea French
  • Michael Fabunmi
  • Ian Leitch
  • Alison Manning
  • Victoria Mason
  • Steve Matthews
  • Karen Mogan
  • Jessica Moore
  • Rachael Moorley
  • Mark Owen
  • Mary Owen
  • Anna Stevens
  • Thomas Watts
  • Teresa Witt
  • Keith Wright