EFCW is led by an executive committee who are responsible for organising conferences, offering support to isolated members, liaising with other Christian groups, communicating with the membership, and giving an evangelical lead on significant current issues.
The committee is made up of a chair, vice-chair, secretary, treasurer, one or two co-opted members, and two representatives from each of the six Welsh dioceses – one clerical and one lay. They meet usually four times a year from 10.30 to 3.30 on a weekday, and somewhere in mid-Wales.
The Chair and Vice-chair are elected annually, and must stand down for at least a year after serving for four years. Diocesan representatives are elected by the members present at the AGM to serve for three years. They can serve for a further term of three years but after that they must stand down for at least a year.
All Executive Committee members are also Trustees of EFCW, which is a registered charity (No 1047004).
Executive Committee Members
Chair: Rev. Peter Jones
Vice chair: Ven. Andy Grimwood
Treasurer: Conway Jones
Secretary: Rev. Melanie Prince
Membership Secretary: Rev. Will Marshall
Conference secretary: Rev. Jeremy Bevan
Bangor representatives: Vacant (lay); Rev. Kevin Ellis (clerical)
Llandaff representatives: Lynnette Jones (lay); Rev. James Griffiths (clerical)
Monmouth representatives: Sallie Patterson (lay); Rev. Dean Roberts (clerical)
St Asaph representatives: Vacant (lay); Rev. Will Marshall (clerical)
St David’s representatives: Hannah Wilkinson (lay); Vacant (clerical)
Swansea & Brecon representatives: Vacant (lay); Rev. Jeremy Bevan (clerical)
Younger ministers’ representative: Rev. Samuel Patterson
Co-opted Lay representative: Clive Addison
Anglican Essentials Wales representative: Rev. Alan Chadwick
Bwletin editor: Vacant