WELCOME TO FELTHAM EVANGELICAL CHURCH
A Bible-based church making known the Christian faith
Here at Feltham Evangelical Church you will find people from over 25 different nations including Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Korea, Jamaica and many more. You may ask yourself the question: what brings nations together?
The answer is found in Jesus Christ.
Our society champions love and unity, yet what we see is a broken society and disunity. Why not come and find out more about the Jesus of the Bible, and discover what really brings nations together to live in love and unity?
Feltham Evangelical Church (FEC) has been a part of the community for over 200 years in different guises. It moved to its present location as a result of a road widening scheme in the early 1960’s. Previously the church occupied premises on the High Street. We are not a sect or a new religious movement. On the contrary, we are a group of Christians who live in or near Feltham, and believe the same Christian gospel which first reached these shores eighteen centuries ago.
It is good news that we wish to share with you. You will find a selection of personal accounts of how ordinary people have come to know and love the living God. You will see from their experiences that the gospel is for all, regardless of background and culture.
It is not about following religious practices but a real life-changing relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
I was born 1962 and spent my early years in Cheshire. I became a born-again Christian and was baptized in 1986. I joined FEC in 2001 and became the pastor of the church in 2004. I worked as a surveyor from 1986 to 2009. In 1996 I married May Lin from Malaysia and together we have four sons; Michael, Josh, Daniel and Zech.
For the first six years of my life I lived in the Caribbean and since then I have lived in West London. I became a Christian in 2005 although I had attended church regularly throughout my life. I serve in various capacities at Feltham Evangelical Church and was elected to eldership in 2016. For my profession I work as an electronics engineer.
I am originally from Ethiopia and I came to the UK in 1989 as my father was an aircraft engineer. I came from a Coptic Christian background and I became a born-again Christian when I was around the age of 17 and whilst at Kingston College. I am one of 7 siblings and presently serving as an Elder at FEC. I am married to Amy and we have two children Emmilija and Elias. I am currently working in Surrey within children and families team.