Meet the Leadership Team

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Jonny Harrison


Jonny married local girl, Ros, and started a career as a full time teacher. In 2002 he became part-time youth and schools worker for Spring Mount and his teaching eventually became just music throughout the school before becoming full time Pastor at Spring Mount.

You'll see him most Sundays either on the keyboards or speaking from the front.

Dad to Joel and Chloe. Foster carer to Corey and as a massive Liverpool fan he always lives in hope.


Alan Docker

Pastoral Care

Alan is responsible for much of our pastoral visiting. Having been the go to man for fruit and veg in Barrow, health issues forced a dramatic change of direction and Alan went back to college to study for a degree in Theology and Christian ministry. Alan will usually be one of our main welcome team on a Sunday.

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Shirley Waters


Shirley keeps us all in order. She is a whizz at organising teams of people to clean and provide food as well as teaching our younger children in Sunday School. She is mischievous and has been an amazing part of our church for quite a while. Shirley is a keen badminton player and great at shorthand


Tim Baalham

Tim is living the dream, married to a Brazilian. Isabela and dad to Megan. He is a local lad and has worked in car sales and more recently for a Charitable Trust. Tim communicates our news each Sunday morning and has been applying for funding bids to help with the Pavillion work.

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Paul Hardingham


Paul is our hard working treasurer. He can be seen on the sound team and occasionally delivering some incredibly interesting notices. He’s married to Alison, dad to Josh and Richard and with an increasing number of Grandchildren.

He is a keen squash player, cyclist and runner, most notably on the Keswick to Barrow day, when having completed the 40 miles, he continues to walk other people in. Huge respect!