I was brought up in SW London in a Welsh home and became a Christian while training to be a Chartered Physiotherapist. I was called into the Christian ministry in 1990 and have been Pastor at LFEC since 1998. I love Llanelli and its people and connecting the Bible to their lives.
David is married to Debbie and they have three grown-up children and one beautiful granddaughter. David is the Managing Chaplain at a local prison and in his spare time is a keen golfer.
Originally a native of Tenby, I moved to Llanelli after marrying a Trimsaran girl, Roanna. We now have three daughters - Keziah, Lydia and Phoebe - all of whom have fortunately inherited their mother's musical ability and not mine. I currently serve as the church administrator and, when I'm not doing that, run a book publishing business based in Llangennech.
Most commonly known as 'Jimmy', I've lived in Llanelli since December 2005 after I moved here following my marriage to Lucy. We now have four children; Pepper, Ethan, Poppy and Missy. After 25 years working in IT, I went back to university and have recently started teaching ICT in secondary school. I play/coach football and write hymns/poems in my spare time.
I'm married to Angie and have a little girl. I've lived in Llanelli since 2012 and work at Neath College as a graphic designer. I was raised in a Christian family and came to faith as a teenager. I have many interests including football, art and design.