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Here at The Well Christian Healing Centre, we are able to do what we do thanks to an incredible team of people who share in our vision.

The overwhelming majority of people you will meet at our prayer ministry, at soaking prayer sessions, quiet days and our other events are volunteers, who are supported by their church leaders and who have undergone training for their roles.

Other volunteers support us in the office as we prepare for those same events and we have a board of trustees who also give of their time freely to help us on our way.

Somewhere in the midst of all these amazing contributions is the staff team, who we introduce to you here:

The overwhelming majority of people you will meet at our prayer ministry, at soaking prayer sessions, quiet days and our other events are volunteers, who are supported by their church leaders and who have undergone training for their roles.

Other volunteers support us in the office as we prepare for those same events and we have a board of trustees who also give of their time freely to help us on our way.

Somewhere in the midst of all these amazing contributions is the staff team, who we introduce to you here:

 

Meet the team

Director of Ministry and Founder

Anne Hibbert

Anne has remarkable enthusiasm for seeing people encounter God. In June 2002 Father God gave her the vision for the Well. (to read more of this story click here) In her down time, she has a barely concealed passion for the cinema, Strictly Come Dancing and a latte with friends, and loves to travel. Anne also sits on the board of trustees.

PA to the Director of Ministry

Kate

Kate helps Anne however she needs, whether that’s admin or helping more creatively with preparations for Well events. When not at The Well, she enjoys spending time with family, friends and books.

Executive Director

Mark Askew

Mark is married with two children and lives in Coventry where he attends All Saints Church Allesley.

Mark has spent many years running not for profit organisations in the UK following 20 years of working within industry. He is keen to use the knowledge and experience gained in helping The Well both in its day to day operations as well as assisting the Trustees in planning for the future.

To relax Mark enjoys gardening, fishing, woodwork and playing the saxophone.

Operations Co-ordinator

Jim Kendall

When you call our office, Jim is likely to be the one who answers the phone. Jim is a safe pair of hands for all of your queries and is a great support to everyone who he encounters. Jim spends his spare time learning Farsi and doodling.

Our Board of Trustees are:

Tony O’Brien – Chair

Tony enjoys sharing and developing his knowledge, learning, experience and faith. He has been a board member of various educational, spiritual and development organisations.

He is passionate about education and living out his faith and values.

He loves learning – especially about different cultures, helping people develop and connect, building and empowering teams, and having fun.

Tony lives in Warwick with Yolanda, his wife of >42 years. They are actively involved in St Paul’s church, including in small groups and networks, and are increasingly drawn to pastoral care and prayer. As a follower of Christ, Tony has a simple faith: love God, love my neighbour. He enjoys mentoring & empowering people. He walks a lot – along nearby rivers and canal, through fields and parks and in the countryside.

 

Anne Hibbert

Anne has remarkable enthusiasm for seeing people encounter God. In June 2002 Father God gave her the vision for the Well. (to read more of this story click here) In her down time, she has a barely concealed passion for the cinema, Strictly Come Dancing and a latte with friends, and loves to travel.

Dianne Bayfield

Dianne has belonged to St Andrew’s Church, North Oxford for 26 years. She is on the Prayer Ministry Team and volunteers with others from the church at HMP Bullingdon and for the Oxford Winter Night Shelter.

She has been much influenced by the Faithworks movement and the challenge to show that ‘Love is a verb’, where ‘actions speak louder than words’, when it comes to showing God’s love in a hurting world.

Her interests are very varied – film and theatre, art and literature, gardens and gardening, writing poetry and prose and exploring the Enneagram.

Beryl Chisholm

Beryl has lived in Warwick for 33 years and is a member of St Mark’s Church in Leamington. Having attended Streams for many years, Beryl heard what God had said to Anne right at the start of The Well! She is a longtime Guest of The Well’s Quiet Days, Rest and Receive, Listening to God conferences and Prayer Ministry.

Beryl brings a professional background from the Inland Revenue and accountancy, and has for the past 25 years been self-employed as a Personal Tax Advisor. She works with Christians Against Poverty in Warwick and Leamington Spa.

James Leng

Jonathan Tidd

Mark Wardle

Yvonne Warren