Our community is made up of people from babies to 90 year olds who come from all over the city and from all walks of life and who bring with them a whole raft of stories and experiences.
We're pretty real about life - both its ups and downs - we celebrate the ups, and share in the downs. New people are always welcome, and we hope you will find a "home" with us!
Roly Scott has been the senior pastor at Caversham since 1984, coming here from Ashburton. As well as being a pastor (about half time), he enjoys being the Chaplain at John McGlashan College, where he teaches Christian Studies
Roly and Trudy celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at the end of 2012. They have five married children and fourteen grandchildren. Roly is an Otago man through and through especially when it comes to rugby, soccer and cricket. He would like to be a better golfer and find gentler ways to keep fit. He enjoys watching his grandchildren play sport.
Martin and Diane arrived in 2009 taking over from Wally and Kay Driver where Wally had served as Associate Minister for ten years.
Martin's background is in primary teaching and the horticultural industry. Creating, running, rugby refereeing are three interests that amuse Martin outside his pastoral role.
Introducing Erin and Darren who started here in 2015. Erin is our new youth pastor and had previously been at East Taieri church.
They have 2 girls in primary school. Erin’s background is in teaching PE and Outdoor Ed and doing Youth Work, including gaining the National Diploma in Youth Work.
Apart from being a mum's taxi Erin enjoys dancing, skiing (when she can) and going to Mainly Music. Erin has a passion to journey alongside young people as they develop.