Our Team

Meet the staff

There are lots of people who give of their time and gifts to enable the church to run. We haven't listed them all but have added our employed staff who are useful points of contact.

Daniel Sibthorpe

Church Pastor

Daniel took on the leadership of Living Waters in November 2006 having left his job as a furniture maker. He is married to Tanya and has two adult children, Campbell and Ella. He loves cycling and restoring objects to their former glory. He is passionate about God and helping others connect to Him and others around them.

Tanya Sibthorpe

Church Pastor

Tanya leads the church with Daniel and is committed to seeing people become free to be who they were designed to be. She was born and raised in Australia but God called her to the UK with Daniel. She loves to host a good party and having a dance.

Clare Ackrill

Church Administrator

Clare is married to Dave and they have two daughters, Rebecca and Ellie, and a cute dog called Toby.

Clare helps everything run efficiently and works from the church office two days a week (normally Monday and Tuesday).

Joy Mears

Youth & Children's Co-ordinator

With a wealth of experience in teaching and working with children, Joy works as our Youth and Children's Co-ordinator and leads the work with our young people along with the rest of the True Colours Core Team.

She is married to Ben with two daughters and loves creating beautiful crafts and being with her family.


As a UK Charity we also have an amazing group of trustees chaired by Sue Regan.

We love Living Waters because...

I like getting to make crafts in True Colours

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Bubble Sunday

When: Sun 27th Jun 10:30am - 11:00am
Where: Facebook

During this Sunday we will be hearing from an external source from the church that we are associated with, this will be a prerecorded session that you will be able to find on the living waters Facebook page. 
The idea of a Bubble Sunday is that after listening to the service then we have a chat with somebody about what we have heard. This is a great way of connecting with others may be via Zoom or Facetime although we realise during lock-down this can be tricky.
There will be no coffee zoom today. 

Not sure how to find us? Get in touch.

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