The Team

At Sparkbrook Elim Christian Centre we all work together and play our part. The team is served by our Pastor, Deacons and leaders who oversee and care for the church as well as helping others to develop their own leadership skills.

 

pastor

 

Rev. Caleb Nyanni. Caleb is our  leader and has been leading the church since January 2011. He is former Assistant Pastor of Smethwick Elim and has recently just finished his Master of Philosophy theses wih University of Manchester. He is married to Angela and they have two children. They have a passion to see God’s plan fulfilled in every person’s life.

 

 

 

 

Elder Ray

Raymond Kelly. Raymond has been part of our church for several years and serves as an elder. He joined the leadership team 10 years ago and his role is primarily to provide support and assist in pastoral care. He does a lot for the church where he can and has been for many, many years now. He is married to Pauline and is a father of two.

 

 

 

Sis Hilda

Hilda Baker. Hilda has been a deacon at the church for 30 years. Hilda has 4 grown up children and a beautiful granddaughter. Hilda is Chairperson of the ‘Circle of Friends’ ladies group organising events and activities for women and the elderly members in the church and wider Sparkbrook community.

 

 

 

sue

Susan Lee. Susan is one of the many deacon of Sparkbrook Christian Centre. She has been a member of the church since her teenage years. It was then that she gave her life to Jesus, was baptised and then later married her husband Fai in the church, going on to have their loving family of 4 children. She is a school nurse with a love of children and is also our Safeguarding Co-ordinator, musician and worship leader.

 

 

 

Sis vadney

Vadney Dwyer. Vadney has been a member of Sparkbrook Elim for over 25 years and appointed as deacon in 2006. She and her husband have 4 adult children and grandchildren. Vadney is one of the team leaders for the Seniors Luncheon Club established in April 2011, providing a social network for retired members of the church and community.