Beverley and Pete are the head pastors of Freedom Church. They are both from the U.K. They have four children, Gary and Mathew and Emily who live in the U.K. and Mary who is here with them. They also have a beautiful Grandaughter named Kaci.
Pete was an ordained minister in the Church of England and Beverley has worked in Education and Health before leaving the UK to come to the America.
It is their desire to see the Kingdom come and transform the city of Red Bluff. They both studied together at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry and feel that a relationship with a loving Father God should be at the forefront of our Christian journey.
They have a heart for the broken and lost and have a Kingdom dream for city revival.
We are both third-year graduates of Bethel School of Supernatural ministry. Caitlyn is from Nevada and Sebron is from Southern California. We were married in the summer of 2014. We have a passion to see the youths of Red Bluff recognize their true identities and walk in the power and freedom that God has given them. Our desire is to walk alongside these amazing world changers and champion them into their destinies.
I come from Seattle, where I was a pastor at Jubilee Church. I moved to California to attend Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, and I live in Red Bluff on a ranch, with my beautiful wife, Michelle, and loads of Alpacas, Rabbits & Chickens! I’m passionate about worship & prayer, and even more passionate about Jesus!
I have seen firsthand many blessings the Lord has brought to Red Bluff over the 20 years I have lived here. He has given me much joy and support through the local body of Christ as we have worked together to further his Kingdom through ministries such as Carenet, CEF Good News Clubs, Community VBS, Tehama County jail ministries, Community Christian School, and multiple church prayer movements. I am now desirous to participate more fully in outreach that seeks to transform Tehama County through the miraculous and unique works of Jesus Christ and as Paul said in I Cor 2:4, “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power”.