Here at the Bridge Church, we have a growing team of Ministers, all passionate about building a place where Everyone’s Welcome, Nobody’s Perfect and Anything’s Possible.

John Squires- John is our Executive Minister here at The Bridge Church, although he has attended the church for many years he has only recently joined us on staff after working for Ambassadors Football for many years in Sports Ministry. John has a huge heart for people and is passionate about sport, no surprise being a Kiwi.

Anna Cooke- Anna is married to Richard our Senior Leader, she is our Christians Against Poverty debt centre manager and leads our Women’s ministry. She has a real heart for helping people and seeing them be all that they can be.

Sue Bancks- Sue Bancks is commissioned with the Pastoral Care of the church. Her love for people and genuine care for their well being always shines through. She works closely with Richard and the team to ensure The Bridge Church is a healthy and loving environment for all that call it home.

Aaron Foster- Aaron came to The Bridge Church when he was 18 on a year out programme and has stuck around since then. Along with his wife Natalie, they lead our Youth and Children’s ministries, Bridge Kids and Bridge Youth. Aaron has a great passion to see young people be all they can be and chase after God with all that they are. He is also sport mad and loves playing for the church football team, Bridge Bolton FC.

Natalie Foster- Natalie has been at The Bridge Church since she was 6 years old and has grown and developed into a fantastic minister. Along with her husband Aaron Foster, they lead our exciting Youth and Children’s ministries. Outside of church you can find Natalie shopping and thinking of the latest creative exploit that she can get involved in, and spending time with family and friends.

Sue Stokes- Sue Stokes has been a member of The Bridge Church for 30 years. She has previously held various roles including Youth Pastor and Missions Director. Sue now oversees all our community and outreach ministries.