Prayer to the Lord of the Harvest to send forth Labourers..... 


Leeds City Mission has a small multicultural team:

Andy Dalton, Interim Coordinator & Administrative Officer 



Andy Dalton is the Interim Coordinator & LCM Administrator. He has spent over three decades working in christian projects with marginalized people in multi-deprivation areas of West Yorkshire. In his spare time, he is a local councillor and also church secretary of Morley Community Church. He is married to Lin and they have four daughters.  He has also served as Mayor of Morley




 Re-Store shop manager: Mrs Dagmar Truman

Dagmar is from Germany. She originally studied geography and adult education.  She worked with people with special needs.  She completed further studies theological and cross cultural training at the WEC Bible College in the Netherlands.  While her 5 children were very small, she was stay-at-home Mum for some years.  She has also trained in Christian counselling. Dagmar runs the LCM Charity Shop supervising volunteers, raising funds and meeting the spiritual and social needs of needy customers.  She loves the outdoors…going for long walks, hiking, cycling, enjoying God's beautiful creation.



 Claire Newton - Prison Chaplain & Ministry to Margnalised People

Claire was born and raised in Featherstone and love sRugby League and Cricket! She became a Christian at seventeen.  Her life has had its ups and downs but God has kept his hand on her bringing hope and healing into her life.  She has a passion for seeing others brought into wholeness and healing by Gods power and grace. She has worked with people with learning disabilities, drug and alcohol issues, women's small groups.  She loves to see Jesus touch many lives. She also loves to sing and drink coffee!




Akintayo Olayinka: Outreach Worker & District Visitation

Tayo comes from Nigerian and he is married with three children.  Tayo leads LCM volunteer teams in various outreaches including Street Church, Nursing Home Chaplaincy services, door-to-door visitation and literature distribution