Fred Drummond, director of prayer and Scotland
Fred heads up the team in Scotland and oversees of the Alliance's work in Scotland, as well as serving on the UK leadership team. Fred has been an ordained minister of the Church of Scotland for 20 years. He has led both traditional and new churches and has a postgraduate degree in missional leadership and diploma in pastoral theology. Fred is passionate about story telling, the power of prayer, the gospel and unity for extending the Kingdom of God. He is an author and writer and has led conferences on new church in various countries. Fred seeks to give focus to the prayer support that is so vital to the work of the Alliance.
Fred is married to Caroline and they have two sons. He is interested in film, literature, and sport. He loves classic movies, entertaining, and detective movies.
Contact Fred on firstname.lastname@example.org
Kieran Turner, public policy officer, Scotland
Kieran joined the Evangelical Alliance Scotland team in 2012. Prior to this he worked for MSPs at the Scottish Parliament for three years with spells in both Edinburgh and Inverness. Before this he spent a number of years working in youth and community work in the housing estates of his native Glasgow. Kieran helps the Alliance connect with politicians in Holyrood and local government, connects with national and local media, and also provides support and encouragement to churches, organisations and individual Christians trying to engage with wider Scottish society.
May Barr, Administrator
May enjoys making an office work well, and is eager to respond to calls and requests for information about the Alliance. She has had many years of experience of serving people in office contexts, notably through the Interlink network which supports Brethren mission partners on behalf of Scottish churches.
Contact May at email@example.com