Meet the team

Alison taylor - oct 2017

Ministry Lead: Rev Alison Taylor

Alison is also Minister at Potter Street Baptist Church and is one of the Baptist element of the ecumenical team at Church Langley Church. Alison says:

In the past I have been: a civil servant (4 weeks); fork lift driver (1 year) Gynaecological Nurse at PAH for 11 years and a District Nurse before going to London Bible College in 1998 to get my theology degree. After that I returned to PSBC (Potter St Baptist Church) to minister to my church family there.


Church of England, Priest in Charge: Rev Shaun Moore

Shaun is the Church of England Priest in Charge of Church Langley Parish. He is an Essex boy. He was Head of R E at various schools in East London and Essex before training for the Ministry. He has a degree in Contempery Theology and a Masters in Mission and Ministry. He has served churches in London before moving to Harlow in 2021.

His passion is listening to people, praying with them, telling them the Good News of Jesus and bringing healing and wholeness into their lives.

He can be contacted on 0772 0771 481.


Church of England Reader: Mrs Lis Scott

Originally from Slough, I moved to Harlow in 1984 to work as the first music therapist at what was then Tye Green special school, a job I really loved. I am married to Mike and have more recently worked part-time as an accompanist and piano teacher as our sons have grown up.

After completing the Course in Christian Studies, I spent the next two years training as a Reader (sometimes known as a Licensed Lay Minister) helped by the supportive nurture and opportunities at Church Langley Church.


Children, Youth and Families Worker: Sarah Mitchell

Sarah is the children, youth and families worker at both Church Langley Church and Potter Street Baptist Church. Before she joined the team, she was a primary school teacher and then deputy headteacher in a school in Old Harlow, where she enjoyed enabling children to be the best they could be.

Her passion is sharing Jesus with children and young people in creative and messy but meaningful ways.