Mark joined us in April 2019 from the island of Mallorca, Spain where he had been serving as assistant pastor in an English speaking Community Church since 2011. He came to faith as a young child and was brought up in the North East of England where his father served as an Anglican minister. Most of his working life he has spent at sea both in the Royal Navy and in the yachting industry in the Mediterranean. He began the transition to full time Christian ministry in 2011 continuing to work short seafaring contracts until coming here to Campbeltown. He enjoys cycling and playing the piano. Mark is married to Lizzie and they have one daughter Hannah Molly.
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Ken and Mary came to Campbeltown from Newton Mearns. Ken grew up in Mount Florida, Glasgow and moved away early in his banking career. He retired from the Royal Bank in 2002 and likes tennis, football, Formula 1 and painting as well as looking after his grand-daughters.
Ken was brought up in the Free Church in his early years and then the Church of Scotland in his teens. Shortly after moving to Newton Mearns in 1981, Ken and Mary joined the local Baptist Church where Ken served as Treasurer and Secretary and until moving to Campbeltown was a worship leader and house group leader. He was baptised in 1988. Through the church, Ken and Mary were involved with two charities: SAM Chernobyl Relief and Friends of the Duncan Hospital, India.
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Emily was born in Hong Kong and moved to London when she was 7. Since becoming a Christian in her early teens, Emily has always been involved in church life. Initially with the Chinese Church in London where she became a Christian, then in 1988 started a Chinese Pentecostal church with a group of friends, passionate about sharing the Gospel to the Chinese people. Today the church is still going strong and continues to impact the Chinese community with the Good News of Jesus.
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I was born and brought up in a Christian family in Cambridge. We attended an evangelical Church of England church.
When I was in my early teens my father took me to a sound relay of a Billy Graham rally taking place in the North of England. When there, I went forward and gave my life to Jesus.
A few years later I attended a BMS summer school for teenagers and met a Baptist girl from Reading who later became my wife.
During 45 years of marriage, we have been members of Baptist churches in Ascot, Aberdeen, and latterly Campbeltown Community Church. We have also been members of an Elim Pentecostal Church in Fort William, and the Church of Scotland.
In 2012 I retired, and we decided to move to Campbeltown, an area we had been to many times on holiday. We moved to Campbeltown in December 2013 and were drawn to Campbeltown Community Church which we joined into membership in 2014.
Anne moved from Scotland to South Africa when she was 8 with her missionary parents. While there she was very involved in Scripture Union camps and Baptist Youth events. Anne trained as an English teacher in Port Elizabeth but became involved in the Student Christian Association training students in Christian leadership and Bible study. This took her to Johannesburg for four years where she worked with Wits University students and organised National conferences. During this time she completed a Theology degree part-time. Anne moved back to Scotland in 1996 and worked with UCCF as Relay Administrator, again training young Christian leaders and organising conferences.
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And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.
- Romans 8:28