Regional Coordinator for Canterbury, New Zealand

Published 19th April 2018 by jane leadbetter

Welcome to Angela Brown, your new Regional Coordinator for Canterbury in New Zealand. Angela joins a growing team of NZ Regional Coordinators and brings a wealth of experise to the role.
Angela says: ‘I am currently the Children and Family Worker at St Barnabas Church, Fendalton, Christchurch. I have been passionate about reaching children and families with the love of Christ for 40 years. I am a mother of five adult children and three grandchildren. I am excited about the way Messy Church and our Fridayzone programme reach new families with God’s love.’
Find your Regional Coordinator on our website.
Contact jane.leadbetter@brf.org.uk for information about Regional Coordinators. 

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