Who is involved?

These are the churches and organisations involved in MissionALL

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Revd. Joe Pieneaar, Vicar of St Hughs

PienaarsJoe is married to Cat and they have three children: Reuben, Faith and Judah. “We love being part of the community of Lewsey and leading the church at St. Hugh’s. We hope to enable the community here to become all that God has created it to be and to experience God’s restoration, emotionally, physically and spiritually. We love enabling people to identify their gifts, and then subsequently train, empower and release them into ministry; we love the challenge of creating a culture that produces missionaries who make missionaries.” If you need to get in touch with Joe then you can email him: joe@sthughs.org.uk

Tony Thompson, Lead Elder of Hope Church Luton

tony_catalyst_missionTony Thompson leads the church, he is married to Anne and they have two sons Stephen and Ben. Tony enjoys running and reading in his leisure time and has completed the London marathon on numerous occasions. He is part of the leadership team of Transforming Luton which seeks to enable churches to work together across Luton. Tony has wider leadership responsibility across Catalyst and is involved in the training and supporting of many church plants in the UK and other nations across the world. Anne works full time as a head teacher. Contact Tony: tony@hopechurch.co.uk

Senior Pastor Steve Moody, Stopsley Baptist Church

SteveMI like to hit golf balls with my sons, share hot chocolate with my daughter, share time with my wife, Nicola, read books, listen to Radiohead and eat and drink and be merry with friends. I love the fact that we are on a journey of discovery trusting God as we go; I love the company of the fellow travellers who are very special and the fact that we are really looking to invite people onboard. I am Senior Pastor at SBC, where as the man on The Fast Show would say ‘Mainly today I will be dealing with pastoral care, teaching and leadership’. Contact Steve: steve.moody@stopsley.net



Luton Churches Together

Churches Together in Luton, like the parent organisation, was founded in 1990. CTL is an ecumenical body and enables Christians from all denominations including Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox and most Protestant Christians to have dialogue. Contact: chair@lutonchurchestogether.org.uk