About us and our leadership team

We are all on a journey in our lives, and that journey can take us through all sorts of experiences, both good and bad.  We have all experienced sadness and maybe even badness, as well as great joy and happiness.  At Fresh Hope Community Church, we don't claim to have or know all of the answers, but we do know the one who does, Jesus Christ, who is above all, one who knows the future as well as our past, one who was let down and betrayed by many of those he loved. We know as well, that Jesus Christ is the great healer, He brings peace and happiness where once there was just emptiness, sadness, fear and disappointment.  Jesus fills the hearts of His children with love, joy, peace and hope. 

If you would like to join us at FHCC, because you are seeking Gods peace and love, or because you already know Jesus as your Lord and Saviour, then get in touch or simply come along.  We want to build something very special.  A community, a family of believers, committed to one another and willing to reach out to people around us, in order to share His great love.

    "Our message is that God was making the whole human race His friends through Christ.  God did not keep an account  of their sins, and He has given us the message which tells how he makes them his friends."                                                                                                                                                                 St Paul      2 Cor 5:19  GNB 

  Would YOU like to be a friend of God?  Because you can be!    Come along, meet us and join us. 


our leadership Team:
Christine Farmer

Christine came to know Jesus just 10 years ago.  She most recently worked as a driver, taking kids to special schools, but is now retired.   Christine is a real prayer 'warrior' and we believe that God has given her the Gift of Healing.  

Steve Budd

Steve grew up in a Christian family and gave his life to Jesus at an early age.  He recently retired from Fords where he worked for over 35 years!  Steve and his wife Helen have 4 grown up children and have also been fostering children for over 20 years.