Our Leadership

Grace & Stu Duxfield

Corps Planting Officers

(Senior Pastors)

The Salvation Army Rolleston is led by Grace and Stuart Duxfield (our Corps Planting Officers aka. Pastors or Ministers), who are supported by our leadership team. 


Grace and Stu are from Wellington. After a number of years ‘Doing Ministry’ together alongside other work, they felt called to full-time ministry in the form of Salvation Army officership. They have been married 10 years, and have a 6-year-old son Jesse to keep them on their toes!

 

As part of their training, they both completed their Diploma in Biblical Studies, their Diploma in Biblical Studies (Leadership), and their Certificate of Salvation Army Officer Training; and they are currently both finishing up their Bachelor of Theology. They were commissioned ‘Lieutenants’ and ordained in 2018.

Peter

Lobb

Leadership Team

Pete along with his wife Michaela and their family are new to Rolleston. 


Pete has worked for The Salvation Army for a number of years. Prior to their move from Dunedin, Pete served as the Youth Worker for The Salvation Army in Dunedin.


He brings a passion for young people and families. In Dunedin, Pete and Michaela were heavily involved in starting a new expression of the Salvation Army, and look forward to the being a part of, and seeing the amazing plans God has for our community here in Rolleston

Pete really enjoys muscle cars, getting out and about in the garden, and of course his wee boy Oakley. His strong passion for God and people shine through.
 

Ezekiel Mafusire

Leadership Team

Zeek and his wife Rumbie have led all over the world as part of the Salvation Army. From their home country of Zimbabwe to America, Australia, and various places in New Zealand, they’ve settled in Rolleston with their daughter Zeina. 


Zeek brings his passion for God and others to all he does, and his wisdom, discernment and friendly charm are a key part of the leadership here. Spend some time getting to know Zeek and Rumbie, 
you won’t regret it! 

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