Jason oversees everything youth related at King's Church. He enjoys being around young people and has a heart to see them develop and grow in their Christian Faith. Jason is a JNC qualified youth worker, and has lived in Central London as part of the Community of St Anselm.
King's Church Penwortham is part of the Free Methodist family of churches. It is led by Pastor Mike Faun and a wonderful leadership team.
They are responsible for the overall vision and pastoral care of the church.
We also have great people who oversee our individual ministries at King's from Youth Work to Worship.
Here are some details about our leadership team...
Becca Edward - Family Worker
I have been a Christian for 12 years. As someone who is passionate about families and loves connecting with people, my role, as a Family worker is to get alongside the families in and around Penwortham to support them in any way necessary and to introduce them to Jesus Christ. I enjoy family time when my husband, son and I will spend the day together, have fun and laugh lots. Personally, I enjoy singing (and not just in the shower) and walking out in the beautiful countryside.
Hanna Breisacher - Pais Worker
I am from the south of Germany near Freiburg. I grew up in a christian family. In my spare time I like to draw or to sing. I also love to spend time with my friends. I joined Pais because I hope to reach out to young people so they can meet God. I am really looking forward to my time at King's Church.
He’s Chinese, he’s a Scouser and he likes a laugh – meet Mike Faun, the minister at King’s Church.
Mike aims to make the Christian faith relevant and exciting. "A lot of people think Christianity is boring," he says. "I love the fact that it does not have to be like that, that you can have a laugh and still be a Christian pastor."Mike’s own story, particularly a traumatic childhood, have enabled him to connect to others and be a "people person". At the age of just six weeks old, his parents gave him up to be fostered by an English lady in Liverpool, where they lived. "My foster parent became a Christian," he recalls, "and dragged me along to church. I was only nine but I realised, although I hadn’t had a father’s love, that God loved me and that is when I asked Jesus into my life. "Things then took a turn for the worse. Mike’s parents wanted him back – after his foster parent had become like a mother to him. A bitter battle ensued, including a Crown Court hearing where a judge – despite asking Mike what he wanted – sent him back to his parents against his will. A painful adjustment lasting years followed, including Mike running away and rebelling as a teenager.
Eventually he calmed down, met his wife Jen and worked his way up to a well-paid job as a national manager for a training company who delivered work-based qualifications but then he felt a call in 2002 to become a minister.
After spells at Inglewhite Congregational Church and a church in Horwich, Mike joined King’s Church in September 2013. He adds: "People have been so warm and welcoming – we are a friendly church and welcome people of all ages, from our creche upwards!"
Hi my name is Pluto Faun and I'm a Cockapoo. My daddy is the pastor of King's Church. I like watching tv (especially doggy programmes), eating lots of food and having nice walks. Woof ! Woof !