The gospel has the power to change your whole life, all your life.
Family is who we are and what we do; a place of love, acceptance, privilege and responsibility. We are a family committed to helping one another pursue God’s best.
We are each empowered to reach and influence our own world. We build with future generations in mind. Together, we reach and influence communities, cities and a nation.
Accepting and including; supporting and caring
Boldly-believing; sacrificial and devoted
Respectful and thankful; generous and positive
Hospitable and helpful; purposeful and practical
Life and friendship; laughter and memories
Over and above; resourceful and creative
Hope-filled and Spirit-led; trusting and courageous
Developing and productive; healthy and fruitful
Regularly attending. On a Sunday, Life Group, Heart + Soul, Prayer etc.
Sowing our tithe, time and talents to serve and build church
Always ready to invite people to Heart Church
Always looking to connect, welcome and include others
To plant campuses to the north, south, east and west of our city and establish Heart Church in ten cities to the north: Stoke-on-Trent, Sheffield, Liverpool, Salford, Preston, Leeds, York, Lancaster, Carlisle and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Whilst Malcolm had served previously as a full-time associate minister at Heart Church, he and Lynette spent 10 years leading a thriving church in Cape Town South Africa.
In response to the call of God, they returned to these shores to take on the leadership of Heart Church in September 2013.
They have four grown-up children…Bethany (married to Jesse), Aaron, Joseph and Gabrielle and are doting grandparents to Zachary Noah and Hunter Mylo.
They have a passion both for local church and their native city of Nottingham.
Back in March 2014, Pastors Malcolm and Lynette unleashed a vision that was both inspiring and challenging.
It spoke of a church passionately in love with God and committed to building a loving, caring, multi-generational, multicultural community of believers that reaches out to the world beyond its walls.
We have taken up the challenge of considering what kind of church we will pass on to our children and our grandchildren and determined that it will be positioned to empower them to reach their generation.
David said in 1 Samuel 17 (KJV) “Is there not a cause?”
Well, we boldly declare that there is a Cause… and that we should not back away from the challenge of taking the Good News of the Gospel, with its healing and empowering message, to the lost and the lonely.
We dare to dream that the Gospel has the power to do all it declares it can do!