Live By Faith, The Old Fashioned Way!

Together Talitha & Paul have 50 years Ministry experience both at home & abroad

Including: pioneering, ministry planting, pastoring, mentoring, conferences, public speaking,

worship leading, prayer/ministry/meeting oversight,

With published books & magazine articles, guesting numerous times on Christian TV & radio  


Their secular backgrounds were creative in design between them: magazine writer & stylist, carpenter & media production.


Their Passion: Edifying, Equipping & Empowering

Their Call: Spiritually Parenting Not Sunday Pastoring

Their hands on: digging, clearing, planting, gardening,

cleaning, cooking, caring, constructing, creating, dreaming, weeping, laughing, loving,

trusting, believing, sacrificing, sowing, investing

Their Vision: Generational Not Congregational

Their Salary: Totally Live By Faith!

Their Personal Convictions: Grounded but respectful of others personal convictions.

Their personal theological library.

 Their Ministry Base: Broad Oak Chapel Bexhill 

Forgiven Much!

They Love Much! 

Our personal plumbline:


We are “‘IN’ Christ” Ephesians 5:23

Humankind, created and blessed as male and female Genesis 5:2

A peculiar people 1 Peter 2:9

Loving because He first loved us 1 John 4:19 

Centred in God in all circumstances Psalm 97: 2 

Being built into a vibrant spiritual House, as His Living Stones 1 Peter 2: 5  

Being light, bringing out the God-colours in the world  Matthew 5:14 - 16

Devoting ourselves to a shared life  Act 2: 42

Honouring one another  Romans 12:10

A people who have integrity in our word Matthew 5:37

Increasing in wisdom, stature, & in favour with God & men  Luke 2:52

Living as a spiritual family Galatians 6:10

Belonging around communion 1 Corinthians 11:23

Praying together  James 5:13 - 15  

Practicing the fullness of the presence of God  Psalm 16:11

Singing joyously in a symphony of song & colour  Isaiah 35  

Embracing silence Psalm 62:1

Teaching each other  Colossians 3:16

Loving the Word  Psalm 119: 165

Caring for each other  Galatians 6:2 

Helping carry each others burdens  Galatians 6:2

Asking questions  Luke 2:46

Listening  Acts 10: 25:34

Preparing each other for the work of the ministry Ephesians 4: 11 - 12

Respecting & correcting each other  Galatians 4: 6 -7

Maturing disciples  1 Corinthians 14:2

Enduring hardships together  2 Timothy 3:12     

Contributing gifts 1 Corinthians 14  

Respecting each other’s private space Mark 3:7  

Cultivating faith that is Word based & love dependent  Galatians 5:6

Depending on God who gives us understanding of the times 1 Chronicles 12: 32

As set apart ones Romans 1:10

Motivated by pleasing God  2 Timothy 2:4

Seeing that God has made everything beautiful in it’s time Ecclesiastes  3:11

Knowing that God establishes us as we wait upon Him Deuteronomy  6:10, 8:3

Placing ourselves under each other’s authority Ephesians 5: 21

His masterpieces in His master plan Ephesians 2:10

Led & sustained Psalm 23

Watched over Psalm 16:7

Tranquil in His wisdom Proverbs 3:1

Exercising authority peaceably Colossians 3: 15

Our personal core values:​


‘supper with the King’ is central to Broad Oak Chapel Family, central to our worship, mission & to our authenticity in our relationship with God & each other, bonding us to what Jesus has done.



joining with like-minded people in an atmosphere of love, respect & equality based upon biblical principles.



we have all messed up, we offer a safe place to get up again, & again with authentic vulnerability.



enjoying & encountering God through a lifestyle of worship, Word, Spirit, witness & prayer without ceasing.



promoting the victorious finished work of Calvary, faith-righteousness & grace, a people led by Holy Spirit.



practicing the presence of God, discovering the scriptures, journeying together & building personal solid foundations with an interior knowledge of our identity in Christ.



releasing an empowered people into the fullness of their destiny, calling, gifting & God given commissioning to make disciples of all people.



courageously preferring one another - championing each other on authentically, knowing & facing the seasons. Persevering together with unity, wisdom, grace & trust.

Our personal culture:

We believe that the essence of a culturally relevant Church is Kingdom community that lives enjoying the manifest presence of God. We do not separate Kingdom from Church. Church is part of the gospel itself as Church is a gift from God incarnate.


Our interaction speaks a language of its own, we are the visible gospel, tangible in community, being good news, sharing good news & restoring eternal justice.


Shaped by an attitude of uniqueness, freedom, of Holy Spirit accountability, lifestyle preparation & service as a spiritual rhythmic family we choose to journey relationally.


We BELONG to Chapel Family, cultivating a core culture of identity, the liberty of newness, empowerment, citizenship & mobilisation.


We value design, encounter & engagement & have intentionally created what for some is a buoyant space & for others a fluid anchor rooted in a local place called: Broad Oak Chapel.


We believe in common-unity & that for harmony there must be difference & diversity. 


Valuing our uniqueness of sound, we are a symphony of “Christ in us, the hope of glory” (Col 1:26,27). We stand @ the door of God’s home & welcome fellow soul-journers.


Living according to purpose & from our Kingdom inheritance, for us the gospel is Good News not a strategy, a cause, the worlds idea of success & business.


Our mission is wherever the kingdom isn’t present as we incarnate the gospel in a living way stimulating organic / holistic vision where there is tiredness, brokenness, doubt & exploration.


Contagious love shapes our teaching community, family like bonds, journey of faith & culture of communion, prayer: listening: reflection, word: share, worship: presence, stewardship: investment, passion: sacrifice: holiness: grace, evangelism & conversions.


Numbers are not our mission but numbers are still important for mission. A community is always contextual & with a territorial orientation (1 Cor 9: 19ff


Our personal governance:

Our underpinning 

is that of a spirit of agreement 







looking up - vertically

knowing God’s blue-print:

walking out - horizontally

equipping & releasing like minded people.


along side, next to: 

us & each other

building together

with relational dynamics 

& involvement


a fluid anchor structure 

of connectedness - unity & mutual respect

honouring our leaders

submitting to one another out of reverence for Christ


respecting & deferring to: 

the authority, anointing, vision, knowledge, experience & gifts 

of each other

as team players, 

constantly evolving