Alasdair is married to Catriona, and they have three kids under 13. After working as a civil engineer he felt the call of God into full-time ministry and so began studying at what is now known as Edinburgh Theological Seminary. From 2004 – 2016 Alasdair ministered in the beautiful villages of Ullapool and Achiltibuie in the North West Highlands. Since 2016 Alasdair has been senior minister of Smithton Church, Inverness.
Since being called to the pastoral ministry in 1982, Paul has served as pastor in three churches – in Chippenham, Worcester and Bath. He currently serves the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches as the director for the West Midlands and the chair of the Theological Team. Paul is married to Edrie and they have four children and eight grandchildren. He loves reading military history and he is a life-time supporter of West Bromwich Albion.
Chris was converted in his home town of Carmarthen when he was 18 years old. He has been the minister at Bethesda Chapel in Narberth for 28 years. Happily married for 21 years to Beth, they have a son called Luther, who reminds Chris of the words ‘my conscience is bound by scripture, here I stand, I can do no other.’ He cannot think of a hobby, sport or some interest to indicate that he is a balanced integrated human being! He is thankful for the opportunity to preach the Gospel at Keswick in Wales.
Megan has been involved with sharing the gospel with children and young people for the last decade. She played a key part in establishing a children’s club and youth group at her home church, Penuel Baptist Chapel, in Pembrokeshire. Megan has also helped in the running of children and youth ministry in other local churches. Feeling called to serve the Lord in children and youth work, Megan connected with Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) four years ago. She has now joined the team and is keen to engage creatively with children and youth in exciting ways, sharing the gospel through Bible stories, music, craft activities, cooking, holiday clubs and camping! Megan is also a trained Scripture Union Faith Guide.
Rev. Colin Leyshon
Colin is originally from the Bridgend area but emigrated to London with the Civil Service. After twenty three years in the C.S. he was called to be the Minister of Stanmore Chapel (F.I.E.C.), North London, where he served for twenty seven years. He retired last year and now lives in Eastbourne. He has three daughters and nine grandchildren. He is also Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Messianic Testimony. He first came to Keswick in Wales at the age of eighteen and has now taken on the role of Chairman.