Meet the team
 
Court Farm Church is a friendly community where many of our congregation get involved with the daily running and co-ordinating the various aspects of church life. We give thanks and praise to the Lord for their help and support to make CFEC the friendly fellowship that it is today.

We would like to extend an invitation to you. Come, join with us to experience the warmth and peace that comes with accepting Jesus Christ into your life. If you already have and recently moved into the area, or are beginning to feel God's call just visit one of our Sunday services and make yourself known to one of our team, we would like to meet you.



   John Hayward - Leader



John was brought up in a Christian home, and came to faith in Christ at an early age. He spent his teenage years in Mottingham, and studied music at University. Since then he has worked as a Piano and Guitar teacher in the area. He moved to Guildford and married Helena, they felt called by the Lord back to Mottingham in 2011 and moved with their two boys Isaac and Benjamin. He still teaches music and preaches at various fellowships
   Nathan Hayward - Leader



Nathan has been an elder at Court Farm for five years. He is married to Rachael and they have three children. His desire is for a deep and obedient walk with the Lord for himself, his family and for the fellowship. Nathan preaches monthly and runs a by-weekly Bible study for young people as well as the bi-weekly prayer meeting. He is a piano teacher by trade, plays in Church and occasionally he turns his hand to song writing.
   Brian Russell - Deacon



Brian looks after the well-being of the Church. As well as helping people when in his capacity to do so he has been blessed with the ability to do a wide range of things and Brian sees it as his responsibility to use those God given abilities for the benefit of the Church. A great asset, Brian looks after building maintenance whether it be a blocked drain or the Church audio visual system and in his own words is willing to do what needs to be done.
Our leaders take the ultimate responsibility for leading, teaching, caring for and protecting the church.