About

Redeemer's Story

Redeemer started as a dream, became a growing partnership, and is now taking on new forms.

Redeemer started with Thomas and Elizabeth dreaming of a move to London to start a new church. Partnering with their dear friends, Daniel and Paige, together they grew a small team of people who wanted to make that dream a reality. After years of preparation and discernment, they moved to London to take the next step in making their dream become a reality.
Redeemer has since become a hub of partnerships-Consisting of individuals, families, churches, charities, foundations, and networks that have come together to help make the dream of Redeemer a reality. In the United States, connections were synthesised through partnering with The Summit Network, which is a church-startup organisation based in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. 
Partnerships were solidified in London prior to the team moving over. Co-Mission Network, a church start-up company based in Wimbledon, backed the vision of starting a new church in North West London and are the key partners in what do. Together, many partners from Queen’s Park and around the world are coming together to start this new church.
Redeemer is now taking on new forms as the core team continues to grow. Local partnerships are taking root and plans for the future are coming together. We continue to partner with individuals, families, churches, and networks to grow our new Church community in North West London.
Jesus has changed everything for us and we are on a mission to share His life-changing love with the world. We believe that we can do far more together than we could ever do on our own. We are looking to grow our team in the years ahead.
Our vision is to become a movement of people believing in Jesus, living in community, and starting new churches in North West London.
Will you join us?
We are led by a small team at the moment and look forward to expanding our leadership in the years ahead.

Thomas West

Pastor
Thomas and Elizabeth lived in the United States for most of their lives. Born in Alabama, the Wests spent the last 10 years in North Carolina for Thomas to pursue graduate studies and work with churches. The Wests have two children; Perry Elizabeth and Shepherd. Thomas has served as the college pastor for Raleigh’s Providence Church for seven years and holds a Masters and Doctor of Philosophy from Southeastern Seminary.
Thomas was awarded the PhD for his research on the British missionary and theologian: Lesslie Newbigin and has conducted extensive research in issues related to Gospel and Culture, Secularism, and digital culture.
Get to know the West family…
www.thomaswest.uk
www.TheWestLondonLife.com 
@TheWestLondonLife.com

Daniel Evans

Associate Pastor
Daniel and Paige Evans were born and raised in Raleigh, N.C., where they live with their children Hannah, Eli, and David. Paige has spent nine years as a teacher and administrator in the education system, while Daniel has spent the last five years serving as the International Coordinator for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Daniel played quarterback while in college at NC State. After graduation, the Evans have lived as missionaries in Central Asia.
Get to know the Evans family…
www.EvansNavigateLondon.com
Thomas West
Pastor
Thomas and Elizabeth lived in the States for most of their lives. Born in Alabama, the Wests spent the last 10 years in North Carolina for Thomas to pursue graduate studies and work with churches. The Wests have two children; Perry Elizabeth and Shepherd. Thomas has served as the college pastor for Raleigh’s Providence Church for seven years and holds a Masters and Doctor of Philosophy from Southeastern Seminary.
Thomas was awarded the PhD for his research on the British missionary and theologian: Lesslie Newbigin and has conducted extensive research in issues related to Gospel and Culture, Secularism, and digital culture.

Daniel Evans,

Associate Pastor
Daniel and Paige Evans were born and raised in Raleigh, N.C., where they live with their children Hannah, Eli, and David. Paige has spent nine years as a teacher and administrator in the education system, while Daniel has spent the last five years serving as the International Coordinator for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Daniel played quarterback while in college at NC State. After graduation, the Evans have lived as missionaries in Central Asia.
Becoming a member of a church is a way to demonstrate your commitment to God and the benefits of belonging to God’s people.
We call it meaningful membership, as it is not a shallow endeavour for you or the community to which you belong – Membership is a two way partnership where the individual agrees to play an active role in the life of the Church community, and as a result receives certain benefits in the community.
As a leadership team, we strongly encourage all those who want to play an active role at Redeemer Queen’s Park to join us in meaningful membership.