Minister – Ray Robinson

Ray Robinson

Ray started ministry at St Hilda’s in 2005, he’s married to Anne and has three adult children. He has a passion for helping people know about Jesus and His great plans for his people. He loves working with the people of St Hilda’s on the many varied ministries we provide to our community.



Assistant Minister – John Burke

John has been a member of St Hilda’s since 2005 and joined the staff at the beginning of 2018 for 3 days per week. He has the privilege of helping the youth group have a great time on Friday nights while they learn a bit more about God as well as working with the Sunday evening congregation to grow in their knowledge, service and love of God. John also is chaplain 2 days per week at Wentworth Falls Public School.

He is married to Kristen and they have 3 children- Joshua, Laura and Samuel.



Family worker – Robyn Glindemann

Robyn Glindemann

Robyn joined the staff in 2006 and works with families to help them live godly lives in the midst of all the pressures society puts on families. She helps run the children’s programs, organises marriage and parenting seminars and a range of other family friendly activities during the year.

Robyn is married to Steve.



Community Chaplain – Kathy Powell

Kathy will be on staff three days a week, from February 2018. She will be working as a Community Chaplain to reach out to the needy and the fringe people in our community.

Kathy is married to Rob, and they have 5 adult children, 2 sons in law and 1 grand daughter.



Anglicare Staff working in partnership with St Hildas

Counsellor – Geoff Glassock

Geoff is an Anglicare Counsellor who works at St. Hilda’s one day a week.  Geoff is extremely experienced as a counsellor with a background as a psychologist. He has worked as a lecturer in counselling at Charles Sturt University.  Among his past experiences Geoff provided counselling support to those who  lost everything they owned in the Springwood fires.


Food and Financial Assistance Caseworker  – Sue Stones

Sue Stones

Sue has been a member of St Hilda’s since 2011, and in 2015 she took on the role of providing Food Assistance for those who come to St Hildas for support, and later that year providing more assistance through Anglicare.  The partnership with Anglicare sees Sue providing Food and Financial our offices near reception 4 mornings a week.