We are completely dependent on lay ministry and the church is led by a team of five elders and five deacons, supplemented by a wider leadership team including those carrying responsibility in different aspects of the church’s life and ministry.
Meet our Elders
Dave is married to Ann and they have five children.
They have been involved in the church since 1974 and Dave has been in eldership since 1980. His main gifts are preaching, Bible teaching and pastoral ministry.
He is a retired General Practitioner and a trustee of Avail, a mission support organisation, having been actively involved in overseas mission all his life.
Dave and Ann enjoy their grandchildren, their garden, walking and travel. Dave is a lover of all sport, music and coffee!
Bryan is married to Kay and they have three children and eleven grandchildren.
After quite a varied career, Bryan is now well retired from regular employment, but continues to enjoy a full and active life. He originally trained in the construction industry, and his building and construction skills have certainly proved valuable in his years of service to the church.
The family moved to Wirral in 1987 and Bryan has been an elder at the church for most of the years since then. He has a great love of the Scriptures and for God’s people.
Dave joined the leadership team as an elder at Longcroft Christian Fellowship in 2004.
Having been brought up in the church, he returned in 2000 with his wife after living in Scotland and working abroad for a number of years. He and Chandrika live on the Wirral with their two daughters. Dave also works full time in Adult Education in Liverpool.
Mark is married to Helen and they both grew up between the church fellowships at Rora, Lampeter and Exeter. They moved from Exeter in 2010 to take up the residential post at Longcroft, a role in which they served for five years until moving out into their own home in 2015. Mark joined the eldership team at the beginning of 2016.
Mark is a dental technician, Helen a secondary school teacher and they have three children.
Mark is a keen sportsman and appreciates the opportunity to reach out to other men in a church based football session every Monday evening. He also enjoys relating to people of all age groups.
Peter has now joined the eldership team. His profile will appear as soon as it is available.