Our heart’s desire is to enable the church to be apostolic, where our worship flows into mission.
We long to see our Father God’s Kingdom come in Collier Row and beyond as it is in Heaven - to join in what the Holy Spirit is doing.
As followers of Jesus we are learning how we can bring hope and transformation to more people including ourselves in the process!
Having worked in a bank for over 25 years and been in licensed ministry, both lay and ordained, for over 30 years I have quite a bit of experience working amongst people from all walks of life. I now share my ministry with my lovely wife Ruth and one of our great joys together is to see people come to faith in Jesus and find wholeness and freedom through him. We also have the pleasure of three children who are all growing in faith and two grandsons.
“This is an exciting time to be involved at CoGS with the fantastic opportunity of deploying the resources God has blessed us with in creating and sustaining an environment of worship where people of all ages and walks of life are empowered to live out God’s Kingdom values where they live, work and play.”
I feel that the Love of God which is bestowed on me I can pass on to people I come across in my everyday life, and most importantly to my brothers and sisters of the Church of the Good Shepherd. I have a passion to help people as much as I can.
My love for hospitality goes a long way as I am committed to working with people. I know God has called me to this role and I will endeavour to fulfil his duties to the best of my ability with God’s Blessings.
My passion is pastoral care in all its forms whether visiting, praying for healing and wholeness or simply giving practical help.
In all I do I look to God for wisdom and insight, whilst serving with a grateful heart here at the Good Shepherd.
I believe God has given me a heart for people and called me to my role as church administrator. My work enables me to help others and show them the love of Jesus.
It's so great to be part of the Good Shepherd family. Before serving in Cambodia, I worked as a paediatric nurse in various settings. During my time as a sister in paediatric intensive care, I was one of the named safeguarding nurses. In Cambodia I was involved in writing the safeguarding protocol for the church we attended and had the privilege of working with many vulnerable females. I am happy to now be serving in the role of Parish Safeguarding Officer for CoGS.
When I became a Christian, I felt God really calling me to the youth of our church and community. The young people we have around us are a true blessing and I am so excited to be able to walk with them in their journey with Jesus.