Who’s who

These are some of the key people who make church life work

Sunita Pal – Parish Administrator

Sunita is a Londoner who has lived in West Bromwich for more than half her life.  She found faith in Jesus around ten years ago and has been putting her faith into practice as Parish Administrator at Holy Trinity. 

Sunita loves making lists of things to do and will happily ask willing volunteers to do things for the church. 

If you want to know anything about life at Holy Trinity, please ask Sunita.  if she doesn’t know the answer, she’ll find it for you.

You can contact Sunita by email: holytrinitywb {at} gmail.com or by phone: 07462 061039


Helen Morrow – Assistant Pastor (for women and young people)

Helen has completed the Certificate in Biblical Counselling programme offered by Biblical Counselling UK in association with the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (www.ccef.org).  This comprehensive course has involved study in the following areas: a biblical view of personal change and human personality; developing effective helping relationships for individuals and couples; developing caring ministries within the local church; and understanding the unique contribution of the Christian faith to the task of counselling.

Helen also has a diploma in Youth and Children’s Ministry from Oak Hill Theological College, a degree in English and History, a love of being creative and an old dog called Freddie.

She moved to West Bromwich in 2012, served for 8 years as Families and Community Worker before being given her new role as assistant pastor.  You might know her from Trinity Tots, Kids Club, Collective Worship at Holy Trinity Primary School, English Classes at the Church (TESOL), Open Church, Bible Studies or just generally out and about in the community.

Neil Robbie – vicar

Neil is a 6’6″ Scotsman who came to heartfelt faith in Christ in Aberdeen in the early 1990s at a time when he was working as an engineer on the oil rigs and competing in athletics as a high jumper. He was also struggling with debt, had failed relationships and carried troubling thoughts about guilt, shame, life and death. He came to accept that he was living without God and needed the forgiveness, grace, mercy and wisdom of Jesus. Everything changed.

He is married to Amanda, has lived and worked in Malaysia and Singapore, has three nearly grown up kids and a lurcher called Theo.

He sees his role as vicar as teaching as many people as possible to know Christ, turn to Christ, grow through Christ and be united to others in the love of Christ. You can contact Neil by phone on 07810 544265 or by email at the church email address (see above).