Reverend Stephen Levett

Superintendent minister also responsible for Bromsgrove, St Andrews & Studley Methodist Churches
I was born in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands in 1966. Though being involved in a local Methodist church from childhood it was during my first year at the University of Sheffield, whilst studying for a degree in Accountancy and Financial management, that I made a firm commitment to follow Jesus. From early on I felt a sense that I would end up serving in the Christian Church somehow, in due time testing a call to ministry in the Methodist Church. Following acceptance and initial three year ministerial formation and training at Wesley College in Bristol and two years in my first appointment I was ordained in 1995. I have been privileged to minister in Atherton (Lancashire), Handforth and Wilmslow (Cheshire) and Gornal on the outskirts of Dudley (West Midlands),

Since 2010 I’ve been serving in Bromsgrove & Redditch. In September 2019 I became the Superintendent Minister with oversight responsibilities for the team and churches of the whole Circuit. My current church responsibilities include oversight Bromsgrove Methodist Church, St Andrews in Redditch, and Alcester Methodist Church (the latter two alongside Sally Meredith) as well as chaplaincies to Bromsgrove Sporting FC and the Air Training Corps (2 16 Squadron, Redditch).

Interests include sport (to play: golf; to watch live: non-league football, cricket and motorcycle speedway; on TV: virtually anything!) and taking part in a local amateur dramatics company (especially pantomime). I have also quite recently got into running and vegetable growing. I am married to Louise and we have three not-quite grown up yet children and two dogs who they wanted more than me but whom I mainly get to take for walks.