Who We Are

We are a group of Christians committed to knowing Jesus as he is revealed to us in the bible and to telling others about Jesus. We believe that the good news about Him is the best news anyone can hear about. We try to make sure that Jesus shapes everything we do and that we reflect the Grace that God has shown to us.

 

Where We Came From

We are a church which was started in October 2016 by people who were living in Milnthorpe and surrounding areas, but attending Parr Street Church in Kendal.

It was the hope of Parr Street Church that this new church would extend God mission beyond the borders of Kendal. They continue to support and pray for us as we seek to share the wonderful news of Jesus with people.

Leadership Team

 
Peter Bramhall – Minister and Elder
 
Peter is married to Kirsty and has three boys, Nathaniel, Harry and Joel. After studying for a Bachelor of Divinity at Moore Theological College (Sydney Australia), Peter worked in a large Church of England church in Sheffield. He is delighted to have moved back to the North West. He enjoys good coffee, cycling, trying to grow vegetables on the family allotment and family board games.
Mark White – Elder
 
Mark was born in Liverpool, studied in Scotland, and has been living in the area for the last six years. He is married to Joanna and they have four children. He roasts his own coffee, loves reading, enjoys DIY and loves anything outdoors, especially walks with the family. He works as a Dentist in Bentham. He is looking forward to serving as an Elder at Trinity Church Milnthorpe.
Victor Hughes – Elder
 
Victor is married to Alison. They have three children, Isabel, John and Ged. He was born at Helme Chase in Kendal and grew up in the town attending Central school and then Longlands Boys / QKS. He is self-employed as an architectural draughtsman and enjoys woodwork and family life in his spare time.

About Milnthorpe

Milnthorpe is a large village in South Cumbria, 8 miles south of the nearest town of Kendal and acts as the market 'town' to the rural community and the villages surrounding it.