Dan Susenbach joins as Lead Pastor

We are delighted to welcome Dan Susenbach to Latimer Church in the role of Lead Pastor. We thank God for His provision and look forward to seeing Latimer Church’s development under Dan’s leadership. We’re excited for the next chapter in this exciting God adventure!

Daniel moved here from Colorado (USA) in Oct 2021 to join our team as lead pastor.  He is married to a ridiculously attractive British woman named Beccy.  Together they have three incredible children, Samuel, Amberly and Josiah.  Daniel and his wife served as full-time missionaries with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) for over a decade, before transitioning into local church ministry in 2009.  He holds a graduate degree in theology and loves to discuss God, sports, travel, and food.  Daniel is passionate about teaching God’s word, building authentic community, developing leaders and making disciples.  His calling in life is to help people discover and develop their full potential in Christ.  

We’re hiring

Operations Assistant

Want to help a great church family be fruitful for Jesus?

Want to help a great church family be fruitful for Jesus?

We’re looking for an Operations Assistant to ensure the smooth running of the day-to-day life of the church and to support the Senior Leadership Team with excellent administration and event organisation. Reporting to the Operations Director, this is a 24 hour/week permanent role to help the team and church family offer their best in serving one another and God’s mission.

So, if you have the gift of administration and love people, are adaptable and able to take initiative, why not take a look at the job description. We’d love to hear from you!   

To find out more download the job description with details of how to apply

Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 17 November 2021

Please don’t hesitate to contact our Operations Director, judith.stobart@latimerchurch.org, with any queries about this role.

Women’s Retreat: HOPE – A Songline for Life and Faith

Women’s Retreat: HOPE – A Songline for Life and Faith

Songlines are short, experiential retreats to help map our way through life with faith.

In aboriginal culture, songlines were navigation tracks to cross vast stretches of land. Indigenous people sang their way from one location to the next, the memory of the landscape embedded in the code of song and ritual.

Followers of the Way of Jesus cover a lot of ground in their lifetime. At times, the terrain is easy. At others, it’s tough going. October’s Songline Retreat is designed for younger working women – employed, volunteering or with school-age children (or any combination of these!). It explores the Jesus-way of hope.

Those at the event enjoyed time together in the Bible, time out for themselves, prayer with others, and an opportunity to make a Christmas Cake or jewellery.

Mark joins us as Emerging Generations Pastor

Mark joined the team from Evenlode Vale Benefice – a church in the North Cotswolds, where he was youth minister for two years. Prior to that he worked in schools as a TA and a Religious Studies Teacher. Mark did his undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Politics and recently completed a Graduate Diploma in Theology. He is recently married to Rowena. Mark enjoys sport, going to the gym, reading novels and philosophy, eating out and watching films! His passion is to help young people believe the gospel and know God as a reality in their lives.