“To make known the love of Christ in our community and beyond.”
We are ordinary people who follow Jesus. We encourage each other as He unites us and transforms our lives. We meet to learn from the bible and encourage each other so that we can share God’s abundant life and love with everyone in our community.
Child Friendly Church
We have been awarded a Child Friendly Church status!
To find out more on how we follow The Church of England’s
Safeguarding guidelines, please click this link.
The Reverend Bryan Kerr is Priest-in-Charge of
the Benefice of Heversham and Milnthorpe, and the Benefice of St John’s, Levens.
I was born and brought up in Omagh, in western Ulster and came to faith in Christ at the age of 14 through the ministry of my local church. I was ordained in 1996 to serve as curate in St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen. After that I served in two rural incumbencies in Co Fermanagh in south-west Ulster. I have two daughters, Hannah and Rachel, who are my pride and joy. My last parish position was Dean and Rector of Dromore Cathedral, Co Down. I enjoy meeting the people of Heversham, Milnthorpe and Levens, and living and ministering in the area.
Val is a retired nurse who spent over 20 years travelling to University Hospital Aintree in Liverpool, the city of her birth, to work in her speciality of vascular nursing and tissue viability.
She enjoys walking, holidays, keeping in touch with old friends, shopping for clothes and looking after her young granddaughters. Val has even taken up gardening in the past twelve months, which came as a bit of a shock to her.
John worked as an industrial chemist in the paper industry in the UK, Canada and India.
John enjoys visiting his family and spending time in France where his eldest daughter now lives with her family. He enjoys nothing better than an afternoon watching rugby or cricket or even better a whole day in the sunshine at Old Trafford watching England cricketers win a test match.