One of Daniel’s first memories of LCM was as a young Christian, when an LCM Missionary took an assembly at his school.
Daniel was encouraged to hear Jesus being preached. Fast forward around 20 years, at the beginning of 2019, Daniel took over as Pastor of Shoreline Calvary North London, a small church in Camden. Looking for a part-time role to work alongside his responsibilities as a Pastor, he came across a Mission Associate Role at Webber Street. It seemed like the perfect fit, a part-time role serving people that are homeless, who Daniel had developed a heart for through his work with those caught up in addictions. He applied, and in August 2019 began working at Webber Street.
“It is a privilege and an honour to be able to serve and minister to the homeless community, to be able to share the powerful gospel that saves and changes people.”
Daniel is a senior Project Worker at Webber Street, helping to serve the guests both practically and spiritually.
“The need is great. No story or situation is ever the same: addiction, rough sleeping, broken relationships, unemployment, abuse, self-harm, mental health, seeking asylum, criminal activity - but above all these, their greatest need, as is ours, is to be forgiven of their sin and reconciled to God.”
“We desire to see homeless men and women across London encounter Jesus, the one who is able to forgive, redeem and restore even the 'most lost'.”
Daniel lives with his wife Lois in Camden.