Our Church is led by our Minister Malcolm Jefferson – email@example.com
I am married to Hannah and we have two lovely children, Samuel and Millie. I enjoy playing football, mountain biking, being in the outdoors and laughing! I have been the minister of St. Andrews Leckie and Lyne and Manor since 2012. I love Jesus and helping people discover him.
In addition to our Minister we have 26 active elders who play a role in pointing to Jesus with the rest of our congregation.
Our Ministry Areas. One of the exciting things about being part of church is that the Lord gives each of us gifts and calls us to play a part in all that He is doing.
Ministry Leader: Carrie Duthie
Purpose – To encourage everyone to develop natural rhythms of prayer that are focused on growing our relationship with God and with each other.
Outcome – A community for whom prayer is an integral part of all that we do.
Ministry Leader: Ron Clarke – firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose – To deepen the spiritual life of the congregation through facilitating a lifelong learning journey.
Outcome – A community that seeks out opportunities to learn from God’s word and from fellow Christians and apply that teaching in their daily lives.
Ministry Leader: Maggie Henderson – email@example.com (with support from John Dimmock)
Purpose – To love and care for one another in tangible ways
Outcome – A people who model ourselves on Christ, supporting one another, spreading God’s caring love within the community.
Ministry Leader: Sarah Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose – To affirm and encourage young people in their identity and worth in Christ and his church. To have them know that they are deeply loved and valued and to reach all young people within our church and community with the good news of Jesus Christ in a variety of ways.
Outcome – Young people who feel nurtured, encouraged and loved by God and the church and able to respond to God’s call on their life
Ministry Leader: Laura Cassidy – email@example.com
Purpose – To teach our children about Jesus Christ, in a safe, fun and loving environment encouraging them into a personal relationship with God.
Outcome – Children who know God’s love, feel secure in their relationship with Him and within our Church, freely expressing their gifts, desiring to know more.
Stewardship and Finance
Ministry Leader: Yvonne Elliot – firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose – To honour the responsibility that all Christians have by stewarding all of our resources and to encourage our church family to respond in whatever way they can to God’s gifts to us.
Outcome – A congregation that gives sacrificially of their time, talents and money to honour God in response to His unconditional love for us
Property and Fabric
Ministry Leader: Jim Yuill
Purpose – To maintain the tools we employ – buildings, facilities, equipment, etc., – in working towards the realisation of God’s vision.
Outcome – A resource that frees us up to be the people God wants us to be, focussing on the things that matter to Him.
Ministry Leader: Marc Haslam – email@example.com
Purpose – To present God’s people and the work of the church in such a way as to promote further interaction and to oversee ensure clear communication within the church family.
Outcome – A consistent online/printed/audio/visual persona that accurately reflects who God is, who we are and what we do and a church family who are well informed, connected and engaged with our mission and ministry.
Ministry Leader: Paul Henderson
Purpose – Worship is an essential part of our walk with God. To encourage everyone to worship not only during our services but throughout the week.
Outcome – A community for whom worship is an integral part of all that we do.
Ministry Leader: John Dimmock – firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose – To provide the people on the platform with the tools needed to lead the congregation in worship, be it in the building, online or other ways.
Outcome – An empowered worship team & congregation for whom there are no obstacles to worship.
Christians Against Poverty
Ministry Leader: John Dimmock – email@example.com
Purpose – To facilitate ways in which we can reduce the effects of poverty in both our community and local church. Primarily through the use of CAP resources such as Kick Start and The Money Course.
Outcome – A community that is not needlessly restricted by poverty.
More info can be found on our CAP page
Our office is led by Heather Collin
Church Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi – my name is Heather Collin. I am originally from Dingwall in the north. I was brought up in the Free Church but in my teenage years the family started attending St. Clements Parish Church where I became actively involved.
John Dimmock – Data Administrator – email@example.com
Keeping our information safe and our people connected.
Soul Restore Counselling
Soul Restore Counselling is a service offered to Peebles with funding support from St Andrews Leckie. Counsellors with the service have a Diploma in Counselling recognised by the professional body COSCA. Our Counsellors are of Christian faith, and our service is open to all faiths and none. For more info see https://soulrestore.co.uk/
Janice Pace – firstname.lastname@example.org
I feel God has been leading me to His purpose over the last few years, and it is in partnering with Him that Soul Restore Counselling is now here serving the community of Peebles with professional Counselling, and a team of Volunteers. We can offer a place to lament, discover, build relationship, uncover purpose, and Who we genuinely are. Working alongside people in their pain, loss, or discovery is a privilege and Jesus feels close by, whether others call Him that or not. We walk in the Client’s world and their agenda and values. At a time when mental health and resilience are particularly needing to be spoken of, this Counselling service seems impeccable timing.
Kathleen Mason – email@example.com
I started working for Soul Restore Counselling on 7th September. We
received the keys for our rooms at the County Buildings, Rosetta Road,
Peebles and I helped Janice set everything up to enable the Counsellors to
begin face to face counselling. My main duties are to ensure our rooms and
therapy equipment are hygienically clean between clients. I’m also
responsible for ensuring our volunteers are in place to carry out these
tasks as well making sure there is always someone else in when a Counsellor
is with a client. I also carry out administrative duties. I feel God’s presence in these rooms and my prayer life has improved.