How we started

We began our work in 1995. That year we had a mission, which was completely inter-denominational. As the mission progressed, the mission team found that there were many broken people in the city, but no local agency equipped to offer prayer ministry. It was out of this need that CCHM was born. CCHM has sought at all times to be under the authority of the wider church and are always ready to give an account of ourselves and our work.

What do we believe?

As an organization we adhere to the orthodox teachings of the Trinitarian Church. We are a non-denominational organisation, affiliated to The Association of Christian Counsellors & National Christian Healing Fellowship. We are also members of the Evangelical Alliance and Gweini.

  • Directors & Trustees
The Leadership Team

Pat is an experienced mentor and trainer, co-developing CCHM's training courses. Pat has a Master's degree in Missional Theology, and a Diploma in counselling.
Pat Brooks
Director, Head of Training & Counsellor
Linda has a heart for the gospel and a very wide experience in counselling, prayer ministry and working with groups. She has a diploma in counselling.
Linda Alexander
Trustee, Counsellor & Acting Head of Counselling
Cathy is one of our counsellors and oversees our finances. She also works at Speak Easy.
Cathy Buchanan-Smith
Head of Finance & Counsellor
Gill has been involved in the healing ministry for many years, and enjoys supporting us.
Gill Day
CCHM Administrator
Barry is new to this role and more information will ensue.
Barry McKeever
Treasurer