Ali McMillan


Ali joined the team in September 2019, moving to London from her first appointment in beautiful Dorset. In her previous role she worked to build links between church and community and worked with people of all ages from babies to 100-year olds!

Ali grew up in Brighton and before coming into ministry worked at a Secondary and Sixth Form school in Oxfordshire teaching Religious Education and Ethics. As part of her training for ministry she completed an MA in Theology and Transformative Practice.

She lives in Pimlico and is looking forward to exploring all that London has to offer.

As a member of a religious order (The Methodist Diaconal Order), Ali follows a Rule of Life that brings a sense of rhythm and wholeness to life. Ali is passionate about coming alongside people where they are and journeying with them as they discover God at work in their lives.

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MCHW is a welcoming family community! My son loves the youth program. My wife enjoys worshiping in the choir. Teaching is encouraging, challenging and profound. There is a growing men's fellowship, and it is great to catch up with friends and visitors over coffee after the service.

Marko JoensuuChurch Member

I was once spiritually somewhat exhausted but MCHW helped to reinvigorate my spiritual well being. I became church Steward in 2011 and two years later was invited to become Circuit Steward. What makes me proud to be part of MCHW is the great service and the love that resonate from the congregation.

Joseph AdjeiChurch Member

Methodist Central Hall is not just a beautiful building, it’s home. At The Sanctuary, our young adult fellowship, I’ve found a place of welcome, friendship, creativity and spiritual depth.

I love Sunday morning Holy Communion services; seeing our truly diverse church family come together in worship, with Christ at the centre."

Lisa BarrettSanctuary Leader
1 Comment
  • Stephanie Bishop Posted March 29, 2020 9:11 am

    Due to the self isolation needed I am using your site for Worship and teaching that I need to grow, live and to shine.

    I have begun to listen to Sermons online and am thrilled to find some from Alison McMillan, whom I knew in Blandford.

    Thank you to you all for making this link with Our Lord possible.

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