Calvary Chapel York & Bible College
Loren and Jeanna have been missionaries with CC for several years. Jeanna grew up attending Calvary Chapel Vista and had the privilege to be sent out as a missionary to Subotica, Yugoslavia in 1991. They met on the mission-field in Hungary in 1996 and were married the same year. They continued to minister in Hungary until 1998 when they relocated to minister at the bible college in Spittal, Austria. In 2000 the Lord directed them to assist CC York, UK and help establish a bible college there. From 2002-2014 they pioneered and pastored a church on England’s east coast. In summer of 2014 they returned to assist the church and bible college ministries at CC York. They are blessed with three children.
Loren’s primary role is teaching at the bible college and fulfilling the role of the dean of men. He also assists in the ministry of the church and is involved in both the college and church’s vision for missions.
Jeanna’s primary role is assisting with the woman’s ministry within the church as well as other church related ministries such as the church’s coffee shop outreach and weekly coffee morning outreach to the elderly. She is also involved in the ministry of the bible college.
HOW TO HELP
We both have a passion for missions both globally and locally. Being in York we have the opportunity to invest in and hopefully inspire bible college students in missions – prayerfully inspiring the next generation of missionaries. Within the ministry of the church and our own personal lives we have opportunity to reach out to those around us locally with the love of Christ. We also get to be involved in the wider work of missions in taking part in short term missions trips and travelling to support other missionaries where they are ministering.
- We would be effectively equipped to minister as God has called us to.
- We would have open and effective opportunities to share the love of Christ with those around us.
We covet your prayers for our family (especially our children) as we seek to be a light in what has been deemed to be one of the countries least open to religion in the world (http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/32284428/britain-is-one-of-the-least-religious-countries-in-the-world)