Luke was appointed as the Senior Minister at TCC in 2009. In addition to his preaching & teaching ministry and pastoral care responsibilities, he has oversight of the staff team and the general day-to-day affairs of the church. He also leads the church council and seeks to train the next generation of gospel workers. He joined the staff at TCC as an Assistant Minister in 2002 after completing post-graduate studies in London, England. Prior to that, he served for seven years at another Southern Suburbs church.
In December 1996, he married Niki (a Chartered Accountant) and together they have two boys, Joshua (born 2005) and James (born 2007). In his free time, he enjoys reading a good murder mystery, catching fish and watching sport.
Graham has been serving as Assistant Minister since 2015. He is responsible for the evening service (Engage) and oversees Children and Youth Ministry. Prior to coming to TCC, he was the Rector at Christ Church Glenwood in KZN. He holds a BTh Licentiate in Theology from George Whitfield College.
Graham has past experience as a retail business manager and restaurant manager and was involved in international missions with Operation Mobilisation. He is married to Nina and has two young children: Emily and Nathan. He enjoys reading, playing golf and watching sports.
Denzil joined the pastoral team in April 2017 an Assistant Minister with oversight of our Church’s Pastoral Ministry and Partnerships.
He graduated from George Whitefield College in 2005 with a BTh Licentiate in Theology, and was ordained as a Presbyter in 2006. Before joining TCC, he served on the Pastoral Team at St James’ Church Kenilworth with specific involvement in the Men’s Work, Senior Bible Study, and Co-Mission Partnerships with churches on the Cape Flats.
Denzil is married to Debbie and they have two adult children Clint (married to Portia) and daughter Linzi (married to Lee). They are also the proud grandparents of #PasBoy aka Ross Alexander Abrahams (son of Clint and Portia). Denzil enjoys running marathons and ultra marathons as well as a weekly round of golf to cope with the real stresses of ministry.