WHO ARE WE?
our LEADERSHIP TEAM:
The CWM Team is made up of Christians from many parts of the Church across the UK and beyond. We are passionate about Jesus and His Church. We range in age from 21 to 85 and are actively involved with the day-to-day running of the team from administration, worship, prayer, serving on mission teams, teaching, hospitality, Big PUSH, and other gatherings.
Led by Sue Sinclair and a wonderful Leadership Team, supported by incredible Advisors. As a team we love teaching, empowering, and activating the Church in prayer and the prophetic. We have so many inspiring stories to tell of what God has done when we have prayed, listened to God and done what He has told us to do - the fruit has been amazing.
We carry a strong anointing to bring breakthrough and have seen thousands of people come to Jesus. We have reached into local communities and nations, ministering throughout the UK, Europe, Africa, and USA. God leads us on adventures, giving us opportunities to pray and bring prophetic encouragement to many, including those in business and senior governments.
Pam Shaw, Rosemary Burden & Steve Brooke
Front row: Ali Rimmer & Sue Sinclair
We are thrilled to have excellent Advisors who we regularly relate to:
Dave Connolly - Retired Pastor Frontline Church.
Rachel Hickson - Founder and Director Heartcry for Change
Mike Gowen - Retired from European Commission
Jane Holloway - World Prayer Centre
Chris Larkin - Director Restoration House.
Dave Latham - Retired Pastor City Church
Brian Mills - Founder of Interprayer
John Sutton-Smith - Retired Deputy Headmaster and Church Pastor.
Our Advisors are made up of people who we may consult from time to time to help us keep informed and aware of the wider Christian scene regionally, nationally and internationally. They are available to encourage and challenge us. We may also submit relevant prophetic words from CWM that they can share further if appropriate. They will help to demonstrate our wider relationships and accountability across the region and nation.