Community Development Worker
Hi. I’m Neil, Community Development Worker for Letham St Mark’s. My aim is to communicate, throughout the area within which Letham St Mark’s is situated, the message of truth, hope, peace, and reconciliation that is in the Lord Jesus Christ. To achieve this, I support the development of connections between our church facilities and congregation with local community projects, households, and individuals.
I first heard and responded to God’s Good News when I was 14 years old but did not really understand what I was doing. From the age of 24 I have sought to be a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Over the years I’ve spent a lot of time working with those on the edges of society and most recently, prior to starting this post, I completed a BA in Theology at the Highland Theological College which is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Hello, my name is Tracey White, I am the Church Centre Manager for Letham St Mark’s. I have been employed by the Church since 2005 and been in this post since 2006. I manage all that goes on in our Church building including dealing with the many church and community groups who meet here.
The Church office is a busy wee place, I am very glad to be ably assisted on a Thursday morning by Susan Leslie. Along with my office duties, I assist our Minister, Jim at funerals and weddings in the role of Church Officer.
I am very grateful for the opportunities I have every day to show a little bit of Jesus’ love to the people who come through our doors whether it be dealing with bookings for large conferences or helping someone who needs a foodbank voucher, I am always available as a listening ear and always here to have a wee blether with.
I am Session Clerk along with Irene. I support the minister in the management of church business. I am also the Sunday School Superintendent.
An ex police officer, I am now a Blue Badge Tourist Guide. I am married to Susan in the Praise Band and we have 2 teenage daughters.
I have been Session Clerk along with Jim Leslie for over a year now. I’m responsible for the administration work of the Kirk Session.
As well as working in a busy solicitors office in my free time I love to go walking with my dogs and read historical novels.