Leadership Team


Meet Brian Brian Henry was born in Belfast, N. Ireland and brought up in the nearby seaside town of Bangor. At the age of 14 he became a Christian and eventually joined Bangor Elim Pentecostal church. Brian attended the Queen's University of Belfast and studied Biblical Studies and Philosophy. After university he became a civil servant and is now a qualified Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA, CGMA). Brian is married to Rachel, a nurse, and they have 3 children: Simon, Laura and Andrew. In January 2000 the family moved to Peterborough and started attending Wellspring Community Church.

Brian became an elder in 2003 and became Assistant Minister in December 2012, completing his training in November 2015. In December 2015 Brian was appointed by Elim as Pastor of Wellspring and was ordained in 2016.

Meet Amy Amy Armstrong is originally from the USA. She attended the University of Minnesota where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and then continued her education, attending William Mitchell College of Law. While attending law school, God began to speak to her about going into the ministry and she submitted to His will and enrolled at Brownsville Revival School of Ministry, BRSM, in Pensacola FL where she obtained an Associate of Arts Degree in Cross Cultural Ministry.

While attending BRSM, she travelled to England on a missions trip and believed that God wanted her to be a missionary in England focusing on prayer. So after graduation in May 2003, she moved to Peterborough, England, where she founded the School of Prayer and a 24/7 Prayer Room. While attending church in England she met James and they were married in 2011.

In 2016 she became an ordained minister with Elim. Amy and her husband began attending Wellspring Church in April 2017 and Amy was appointed Assistant Pastor in August 2018.

Meet Sally Sally Forster has two daughters and moved to Peterborough from London with Roy in 1972 shortly after they got married.
Sally ran the Goldhay Community Centre for the first few years it was managed by the church but is now retired.
Meet Mark Mark Steward works locally as a Business Analyst. He has attended Wellspring virtually all his life. In the late 80's he started playing Bass in the Worship Band and became the Church Treasurer in 1998.