I was born and bred in the Black Country, and am very proud of my roots — any trip back to see family or watch Wolverhampton Wanderers play will see my accent return! I have four children the youngest two currently live with me in Wem. I trained for ministry at Queens Foundation in Birmingham, and have served in Circuits in North Staffs, Leicestershire, Birmingham, Stafford and arrived in Shropshire and Marches in 2014. I have gained a wide experience in different types of community; inner city, town, mixed and rural.
My passion has always been leading people on in worship, growing in faith and seeing churches become more open and welcoming.
So many people within our communities see church as an irrelevance, an outdated institution — our main task in these days surely is to become more caring, loving and compassionate so that the love of Christ might be seen and felt outside the walls of our buildings, that the Church might become what it was always destined to be.