Guest Speakers 2019



Monday 29 July - Friday 2 August 2019


Rev. Mike Moore

Formerly an aggressive atheist, Mike was converted at the age of 18 and felt a call to Christian ministry while in Bible college. He pastored three churches before accepting an invitation to become communications officer for Christian Witness to Israel and was appointed CWI’s General Secretary in 2002, serving in the role until 2016. Mike writes a column for the British Church Newspaper and continues to preach and teach the Bible. He is married to Jenny and they have three daughters and a granddaughter, Sophie. Mike is the author of The Importance of Being Ernest, a biography of veteran Jewish missionary, Ernest Lloyd. He is currently writing Six Ways of Looking at Israel.

Rev. Alec Passmore

I was saved through Billy Graham's ministry (relayed) 1954 Harringay in my early teens, working in the electrical trade as an apprentice. Called to study at Cliff (Methodist) College 1961 and then entering the staff of the College for the following nine years in extensive evangelistic mission. Married to Joyce who went to be with the Lord five years ago, I have two grown children and seven grandchildren. My first Church was in the City of Plymouth (10 years), and then on to Sunbridge Road Mission Bradford, West Yorks and then on to a Church in Lancashire. My spiritual vision follows Biblical evangelistical teaching with a Church-basedAlec Passmore Bible School teaching and majoring in Old Testament studies, especially the books of Genesis through Deuteronomy, The Tabernacle, and intensive New Testament Studies in Acts, the Pauline Epistles, eschatology, Jude and the book of Revelation.
Rev. John Macleod
John Macloed was born and brought up on the Isle of Harris and came to Christ in his late teens. Shortly after his conversion he pursued a call to study for Ministry which took him to Aberdeen and for one year in Glasgow. He then completed his formal training in Inverness and was ordained into his first Pastorate in Newmilns, Ayrshire in 2000.
Following an 18-month Interim Ministry in Nassau, Bahamas John was then inducted as Pastor of Allander Evangelical
Church, Milngavie in December 2009. He is married to Carol and they have a son, Andrew and a daughter, Bethany.

Ruth Glover

Ruth is now a at home Mum looking after her daughter called Sarah, who is just over a year old. Ruth used to be a full-time children worker for a Christian youth work charity in Suffolk, where she ran regular kids clubs, took school assemblies, and organised holiday clubs.
Up until last year, Ruth worked for the charity, Just42 just over 12 years, and loved the children's work, she said she loved serving God in this way, and found it rewarding and encouraging to see the children enjoying learning about God.
My purpose and aim for the children at the Keswick in Wales, is to make the sessions a fun time, using new and up-to-date ways of teaching and activities but staying close to the bible message of the gospel so that the children learn the foundations of knowing Jesus personally and how we can grow as a Christian.
Ruth hopes to return to children's work in the future, but in the meantime, she enjoysher time at home with Sarah, and serving in their local church with Sunday school, and helping with holiday club.
Ruth and Freddie and Sarah have moved from Suffolk and now live in Belfast and have been settling in and making it their new home.


Rev. Colin Leyshon

Colin is originally from the Bridgend area but emigrated to London with the Civil Service.
After twenty three years in the C.S. he was called to be the Minister of Stanmore Chapel (F.I.E.C.), North London, where he served for twenty seven years. He retired last year and now
lives in Eastbourne. He is married to Bev and has three daughters and nine grandchildren.
He is also Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Messianic Testimony. He first came to Keswick in Wales at the age of eighteen and has now taken on the role of Chairman.