Meet The Team
The Reverend Kevin Hasler
Ministry Area Lead, Rector and Rural Dean
Kevin is the Ministry Area Leader (Rector) for the twenty churches and Rural Dean and has a particular passion for discipleship and teaching. He is an Ignatian trained Spiritual Director and serves on the Diocesan Standing Committee and the Diocesan Board of Finance.
A nurse by training, with an accomplished career with the Royal College of Nursing, providing a range of professional and trade union services to the nursing family in the UK and internationally, Kevin has wide ranging managerial, project management and financial expertise and is an accomplished executive coach, recognising the need to bring personal faith into the workplace and a spiritual dimension to leadership and corporate responsibility.
Ordained in 2006, all his ministry has been within the Deanery, and he was previously the leader of the Usk Ministry Area and Raglan Ministry Area. He has lived in Wales for almost thirty years just outside Raglan with Liz and their two basset hounds – their two children now having left home. Kevin is an avid reader, enjoys baking and cooking, and, when he gets the time, fly-fishing on the local rivers.
The Reverend Sally Ingle-Gillis
I am the first point of contact for the churches and communities in Usk, Wolvesnewton, Tredunnock, Llanhennock, Llandegfedd, Llantrisant, Llanbadoc, and Llangybi.
When I was ordained I had a strong sense that I should always remember how weird church can seem to those who don’t come to services very often, and how important it is to offer a warm, inclusive welcome. I love that the Church in Wales now allows us to bless same sex relationships as well as all the other life events we are able to share.
Is the part of the bio when I mention my husband, six children, two cats, and a tortoise? Yes, I think it is!
The Reverend Sue Davies-Fletcher
Sue joined our team in July 2023 as Vicar. She ministers across the area of 20 churches and has a particular responsibility for pastoral care and supporting the churches in Coed-y-Paen, Glascoed, Mamhilad, Monkswood, Goetre, and Llanover.
Sue felt a call to ordained ministry whilst she was a teenager and after a career in Education and time at home with her family, she began her journey to ordination which has now led her from The Church of England to The Church in Wales.
Sue can sometimes be found not wearing a dog collar but her Navy Chaplains Uniform as she is a Sea Cadet Corps Chaplain.
She loves mugs of tea, attempting water sports, and exploring new ways to be creative in her ministry.
The Reverend Sarah Rosser
I live in Raglan with my husband Glyn, along with our cat and dog, with whom you will often see me out and about. It is a privilege to spend my time working around the area and I enjoy every aspect from schools work to attending ladies groups, and everything in between.
I grew up in South Somerset and moved to Wales at the age of 18 to study law at university. I then lived and worked practising employment law in Cardiff for a number of years.
I came to faith in my 20’s and in my early thirties I was encouraged to explore a call to the priesthood. As part of this discernment, I went to work in the Diocesan Office in Newport, before training at St Padarn’s for two years.
When I am not in church I can be found in my garden tending to my vegetable patch or watching a variety of crime dramas.
I am married to Lyn, a farmer’s daughter, who has been such a support
to me in my training over the last years. We have lots of grandchildren,
dogs, cats, chickens and bees that keep us busy.
I was ordained as a self-supporting, part time, deacon in June and I am
so happy to be rejoining the group of churches that I have been largely
worshipping in for the last twenty plus years.
I am looking forward to discovering those churches that will be new to
me and to discovering what God has planned for my Ministry in serving
the communities in the area.
Mrs Jan Millett
Other Team Members
Mrs Kay Spencer
Lay Chair of the Ministry Area Council
Mr Neville Crump
Other members of the Ministry Area Council
Sandy Blair (Treasurer), Clare Bradly (Secretary), Sarah Byford,
Robert Evans (Property Lead), Scilla Greenland (Safeguarding Lead),
Gerry Hawkins, Sue Russell, Peter Foden, Sarah Phillips and Mark Durbin.
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