Sue Sinclair is a visionary pioneering many ministries within the Church and out in the community.  With a passion for evangelism, God called Sue into an amazing and adventurous prayer journey, birthing CWM in 2002 and taking her and the CWM team across the nations.  Together they have seen the impossible become possible, as they have partnered with an awesome God who loves communities and nations.


Based in Liverpool CWM consists of Christians from across the nation and across the breadth of the Church.  Their passion is to see the Christian Church fulfilling its potential to introduce people to Jesus and to see the transformation of the Liverpool Region and our communities.  Concerned that they were not seeing their city prospering or people coming to Jesus they asked God to teach them to pray. Since then the CWM team have seen breakthroughs in issues concerning Liverpool, the UK and across the nations:


  • 1999 Liverpool was the 1st city to apologise for it’s part in the slave trade 

  • 2002 to 2005 Massive drug related arrests and breakthroughs 

  • The Heysel Stadium repentance and forgiveness

  • Breakthrough in Uganda with the Lord's Resistance Army.

  • Liverpool FC and the Hillsborough disaster seeing truth come and Coroners verdict overturned.

  • Money multiplication!

  • Governments around the world

  • 2018 Liverpool was the 1st city globally to be forgiven for its role in the slave trade.


We were recognized for reducing crime through prayer by being awarded Citizen of the Year by Merseyside Police and also received a Community Safety Award 2004.

Many people have been healed, changed and transformed at the Big PUSH which is a regular worship and prayer gathering led by CWM.  Jenny was badly injured with back injuries in a car accident in 2009. She came to the Big PUSH and received prayer knowing immediately that God had touched her back and within three days she was completely healed.  Kath had suffered with sciatica for weeks and after prayer she was healed.  Mark said, “I had been suffering from severe neck and back pain and was in constant pain for 24hrs a day for 3 months.  I was completely healed!”  We have seen many couples have children who had been told it was impossible.  


The CWM Team have worked with Leaders across the breadth of the Church and with governments in many nations.  They have provided prayer and teaching which has brought powerful breakthroughs in lives and communities especially in Brussels, USA, France, South Africa, Rwanda, Uganda and Ghana. 


CWM has a heart for reconciliation and healing and have worked in some of the toughest places in the world.  In 2018 they helped the Church and community in Cape Coast, Ghana to make an Apology for the African role in the Transatlantic Slave Trade.  During this trip Archbishop Justice Akrofi who led The Apology released forgiveness to Liverpool the first time this has been granted to us in 500 years.  They have had meetings with Dr Benjamin the Director of the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool and Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson who are looking to see Liverpool building links with Cape Coast – developing the museum in the Slave Castle and twinning the cities together…watch this space!

Dr Richard Benjamin, Sue Sinclair, Dr Maria Akrofi, Archbishop Justice Akrofi, Liverpool Slavery Museum