Leaders

 Pete and Nessie

Pete became Minister of Alsager Community Church in July 2013 after nearly 20 years in   Christian Work including involvement in Church Planting (New Churches) and for the majority of the time, Youth and Children's Work.

Nessie is a local girl to Alsager having lived in the town and attended school here right up to the age of 18. She was actually sent to Bible College from Alsager Community Church and it was there that she and Pete met. Nessie is also a member of The Leadership Team and our Admin Officer  and as well as that, is involved in a range of activities including small groups and the coffee shop.

Pete and Nessie have a young daughter- Ellie.

 

They are supported by the Leadership Team (sometimes called Elders)

 

Teresa (Terri)

Terri has worked in a number of jobs over the years, most recently as manager of a charity Shop which raised revenue for outreach in Romania. She is a graduate of Regents Theological College and as well as regularly preaching in the church, also co-ordinates our media team, serves with the youth group, our coffee shop and support centre.

Terri is also a contributor to SHARE, a Christian magazine and has written material for the Open School of the Bible. She is married to Jeff. 

 

 

 Graeme 

Graeme is a Ciruit Judge and the author of "Was the Tomb Empty?", a Lawyer's investigation into the claims of the Resurrection. He is married to Helen and they have 3 adult children.

Graeme is a talented musician and also brings a wealth of experience to the team having served on other church leadership teams in the past. Graeme regularly preaches in the church and leads family services which are always fun and lively. He has been involved in short-term mission in Zambia, which he still supports. 

 

 

 Anne

Anne is 'full of beans' & amongst other things, co-ordinates pastoral care and supports the coffee shop. Anne trained as a registered general nurse and midwife working in Glasgow, Dumfries and Edinburgh before moving to Alsager 1977. Following a few years break while her children were young she returned to nursing the elderly then neonatel intensive care nursing for 20 years, finally retiring 2006

She loves music, walking, the challenge of nurturing a big garden, relaxing in her summerhouse and revelling in the fun and blessings of her two grandchildren.