Nathan and Lucy met at J28 Church and were married in 2015, they have two children, Noah and James. Nathan has been in full time church ministry since February 2016 and is the Campus Pastor at J28. Lucy has a big heart for overseas missions work, she has spent time doing charity work in Africa and also worked for a HIV charity back in the UK, and is now enjoying taking time to be a mum to their two young boys. Nathan is currently acquiring his ministerial status with Assemblies of God, Great Britain. He has been involved in leadership within church for a number of years and carries a strong desire to see the church become all that it can be. He believes that the church has unlimited potential because Christ promised to ‘build his Church’ and gave us the Holy Spirit to empower us for his mission on the earth. Nathan and Lucy are passionate about helping people to find their place in the life of the church and equipping them to live out their lives well with strong faith in Jesus.
Tony and Kaye Reid have been married for forty- seven years in September 2018. They have two married daughters and two equally wonderful granddaughters. Remarkably in the 1960’s Kaye’s family moved next door to Tony’s and an encounter that led to Tony attending the same church and surrendering his life to Christ. In fact they were baptised on the same night of October 1966.
A night so remarkable for Tony, when the minister suddenly paused before baptising him praying that “God’s hand would be on him”. They were married in September 1971 and together they have served the Lord for over forty years in numerous capacities. Tony was ministering for a numbers of years in the eighties taking time out from his secular work as a nurse, to project manage the building of new church facilities. He has supported ministerial colleagues in the U.K, Europe and in the Americas.
Kaye has always supported him and in those early years besides caring for their two children she has been an inspiration as they have accommodated and ministered to people worldwide. Their home has been an open house to young and old. Second only to their passion to love and grow in God, is their love for people. To be a positive influence to those in and out of God’s family. Together they endeavour to support those ordained and called as ministers of their Lord.