Charlotte grew up in a small town in the Midlands before moving to Manchester to study Chemistry.
Coming from a non-Christian home it was a surprise to many that, during her final year, Charlotte turned to Jesus accepting him as her Lord and Saviour. She then moved to London to study for her PhD followed by Postdoctoral research in Cancer Therapeutics. During this time, her heart for mission grew as she spent much of her spare time finding ways to share Jesus with Muslim women.
“Faiza, originally from Pakistan, had been in the UK for 15 years but had never met a Christian before. She had never had an opportunity to hear the life-changing news of the gospel. This relationship motivated me to focus on reaching the nations who were on my doorstep.”
Charlotte joined the mission in 2014 and spent six years ministering to Muslim women in South London. She is now the Field director for North London overseeing teams of missionaries across the region, whilst overseeing the Diaspora Ministry at LCM.
"There are opportunities across the city to partner with churches who want to find ways to welcome and share the gospel with displaced people who have found themselves in London. Across London we also find diaspora churches and Christians from across the globe, all of whom have an important role in fulfilling the Great Commission to reach the nations."
“We have an unprecedented opportunity to reach the nations on our doorstep. God in his kindness has brought together his global church to serve a global city! What an honour to be part of God's mission.”
Charlotte currently lives with her husband Ed in Streatham and has two children, Nathan 5, and Stephanie 3.