Pastor David Daniel
Prior to his role as pastor at the Peoples Christian Fellowship church in Broad Lane, David was kept busy singing gospel music. He has sung with musical greats like Al Green, Gloria Gaynor and has sung on the Stevie Wonder album entitled ‘Characters.’ It was no surprise since coming from a musical family and being exposed to gospel music every day, and quite literally from every room within the house, to find him singing lead at the tender age of eight to key songs within his church’s youth choir.
He became one of the lead singers with ‘The London Community Gospel Choir.’ David is delighted to be the recipient to date, of three Gospel Music awards for solo singing, including a BBC award endorsed and sponsored by Stevie Wonder. He has toured with the country’s most prolific song writer and corporate worship leader – Graham Kendrick, and has been a background singer on numerous worship albums.
Today, David is co-pastor of a vibrant inner city church. He is committed to serving and influencing his local community in a positive way. He is a borough dean, police chaplain and chaired the Police clergy group. He has a very positive demeanour and likes seeing people happy and enriched. Pastor David has a passion for teaching the word of God and is the Principle at PCF’s Bible School – The Academy of Christian Life and Biblical Studies.
He has a degree in Theology and a qualification in pastoral care. The spreading of the gospel holds a special place in our pastor’s heart, and it is his belief that evangelism and mission should play a more prominent role in the churches’ experience.
Pastor David is married to Donna, and they have been blessed with two daughters.
“My foremost objective is to live a worshipful life. I believe The Great Commission is related to kingdom living, and kingdom living is related to spiritual worship. I consider myself to be a worshiper of the true and living God therefore it is incumbent upon me to prioritise the proclamation of the gospel.”
Pastor David Daniel
Senior Pastor Joseph Daniel
A seasoned soldier in the army of Jesus Christ, who has led the people of PCF faithfully since 1978. Pastor Joseph is a man of integrity, humility and honour, who with guidance from God, has successfully expanded the PCF congregation with the acquisition and rebuilding of Springfield Hall. Pastor Joseph is a man with a heart to serve the Lord and to serve his community. His vision is to ensure spiritual development and growth within The People’s Christian Fellowship. As well as encouraging the creation of a body, that is available to God, free and open to His will and purpose.
“We have been placed here specifically by the Lord and God wants us to expand. We want to do all we can to serve all those who live around us”.
Martin was born and raised in North London, is married to Lorraine, and they have 3 daughters. Martin started attending PCF’s Sunday school as a child in the 80’s, but then left the church as a teenager. He returned at 21 and gave his life to Christ.
Martin was called into office as an Elder 10 years ago after preaching and serving in PCF for many years. He knew God gave him a gifting in preaching and teaching, and saw taking up Eldership as the next step in his ministry. His passion is to spread the Gospel and see people come to Christ. He wants to be instrumental in transforming the local community and to be a blessing to those abroad that are less privileged. He’s worked with young people for many years and is currently working in prisons teaching young men.
Harold was born and raised in Tottenham, London to Jamaican parents. Harold met his wife Tessa in PCF and they married in 2008 and they now have 3 children. He was baptised in 1998 at PCF after attending for a year, and has been walking with the Lord ever since.
Harold felt God had called him to the administration of a Deacon, and has been serving PCF in this capacity for 8 years. He is passionate about people’s lives being transformed through the Gospel message.
He has worked as a Sports Coach for 16 years, working with children and young people.
Deacon Stephen Hall
Stephen, born and raised in London, is married to Dionne and they have a daughter, as well as being foster carers to 2 children. He has been a Christian for over 30 years and started attending PCF in 2001. He became a member shortly after joining in 2002 and was called into office as a Deacon in 2006. He became an Officer after the Pastors saw that he had the heart to serve God.
Stephen’s background is in finance and works as a financial advisor and also works in the community as a School Bus Driver. His passion is for the church, his family, helping people in whatever way he can, and Liverpool football team!! 🙂
Helena was born in the Caribbean island of Montserrat in Plymouth and came to live in the UK in 1963 at 11 years old. She was married to the late Elder William Lynch for 40 years who passed away in 2015. They have 3 children and 6 grandchildren. She joined PCF when she came to England in 1963 attending with her older brother Pastor Joseph Daniel and his wife Mother Daphne Daniel who looked after her.Helena was baptised in 1966 and has been walking with the Lord ever since and is now a Deaconess of PCF.
She became an officer of PCF in 1976 under the leadership of the late Pastor Wood, because she wanted to serve the church using her passion to help and encourage others. Her strength is in talking and listening to people, being a source of great advice and praying for people. Helena is now retired but worked for the NHS as a Health Care Assistant for 21 years. Before that, she worked for the DFES and also as an accountant clerk for Enterprise.
Deaconess Marcia Hird
Marcia was born and raised in East London and has one daughter. She has been a nurse for over 20 years, and as a nurse counts it an honour to help people recover from physical illnesses. She has the same sense of gratefulness when she sees people come to accept God and to begin a life journey with him. Marcia started attending The People’s Christian Fellowship in her late twenties, then became a Christian in her early thirties and has never looked back. She was approached about eight years ago to take up office as an Officer at PCF and has been serving as an Officer ever since. The calling to be an Officer was somewhat a surprise to her, however, she had confidence in God and the Leaders’ decision, and accepted the role to serve as a Deaconess.
She considers herself as a God chaser, always wanting more of God and to know and learn the many facets of God. She loves to see people come into a real relationship with Father God, being set free and living passionately for God, full of his love, power and grace. Marcia counts it a privilege to serve God by serving his people and desires to honour God, as he works through her to bring others to Christ.
Edna was born on the Caribbean island of Jamaica in Trelawney and came to live in the UK in 1961. She arrived with her 5 children and husband, the late Pastor Tony Wood, who passed away in 1978, after 23 years of marriage.
They all started attending PCF in 1961, shortly after arriving and has been a member ever since and has served as a Deaconess and officer for many years. Edna has been a Christian for over 60 years and her passion is to encourage other people in their Christian walk. She serves the church in visiting those who are sick and long-term homebound and those in need of support. Edna is a retired Psychiatric Nurse working for the NHS for 24 years.
Mother Daphne Daniel
Daphne was born on the Caribbean island of Jamaica in Trelawney and came to live in the UK in 1960 in her 20’s. She’s been married to Pastor Joseph Daniel since 1962 and they have 4 children and 8 grandchildren. As Mother of PCF church, her heart is to oversee the spiritual well-being of the members and to be an encouragement to others.
Her passion is to see souls saved, for people to commit their lives to the Lord and to be walking in fellowship with him. Daphne is a retired psychiatric nurse, working for the NHS for over 20 years.
Pastor’s Wife – Donna Daniel
Donna was born and raised in North London to Jamaican parents. She grew up in church, committing her life to God at the tender age of 10. She met Pastor David, who was a fellow member of the London Community Gospel Choir in the 80’s. They often sang duets together in the choir and they soon fell in love, got married in 1989 and went on to have 2 daughters. Donna started attending PCF in 1986 and became a member in 1991. She accepted the call as an officer of the church in 2013, as she saw a need to support the needs of the church. Donna has worked as a Civil Servant since 2000 and has a passion for music and singing. She is also deeply passionate about marriages, heading up the Marriage ministry team at PCF. She enjoys helping people and desires to be a blessing to others.