Steve grew up in Morecambe and studied Medicine at Birmingham University where he became a Christian after hearing David Pawson speak at a University debate. He also met his wife, Lindsey, at University. Steve is a GP in a group practice near Blackpool and a GP trainer, involved in training doctors to become GPs. He and Lindsey have been attending Caton Baptist Church since January 2015 and Steve became a member in June 2015 and a deacon in March 2016. Lindsey and Steve live in Caton with Katie, their delinquent Lurcher dog.
Mark has been working as a plumber since he left school. He spent two great years on an island off the west coast of Canada studying God’s word at a Torchbearers centre called Capernwray Harbour. He loves sport, especially football, and manages and plays in a team in the local Christian league.
Josh has lived in Brookhouse all his life. He started attending Caton Baptist Church in 2008 after he married his wife Lisa and they wanted to find a local church to commit to together. He was baptised and became a church member in 2014, and regularly helps out in the Sunday School, which he really enjoys. Josh works at a local skip company which keeps him busy, but in his spare time he enjoys having fun with his little boy, pottering in his garage and catching up with friends. Josh became a deacon in March 2016 and is looking forward to what God has for the church both now and in the future.
Stephen joined the fellowship at the tender age of 4 or 5. After attending Halton Primary School and Ripley St Thomas High School, he worked on his father’s farm prior to starting his own business and spending much of his life selling winter fuel products. He is currently Sales Director for Logs Direct Ltd. Stephen is married to June and has three children: Phil, Andrew and Josh. He was involved in Sunday school and youth work prior to becoming a church deacon, which then led to his calling to become Church secretary in 2010. He enjoys church life, feels privileged to be part of the CBC team and is looking forward to what God has got in store for the future.