Durrington Community Church

Our leadership team

Durrington Community Church is lead by a team of committed and experienced Christians.

Allow us to introduce them to you.

Andrew Lund

I was born in London and spent my youth in Stevenage and then in Tiverton, Devon.  I became a Christian at university in Southampton where I studied German to degree level, training after that at Exeter University to become a teacher.  I taught for 13 years in Swindon after marrying Shirley whom I had known ever since I was 14.  My wonderful wife and I have 3 great children, two of whom live with their lovely families in Durrington.  My son and his family live in Barnstaple, Devon.  After Swindon we moved down to South Wiltshire where I was in the Senior Management team of Stonehenge school for 13 years. We have 9 grandchildren and 3 honorary Romanian grandchildren. 


Like everybody’s my life has had its ups and downs and I have been healed of MS and cancer at various times.  After leaving teaching I became the Director of the Bridge project which works in local schools leading acts of worship and RE lessons which was easily the best but worst paid job have ever done.  


In recent years we have formed deep bonds with the country and people of Romania and my own son-in-law is from Brasov, Romania.  I now work in the community as a mentor in the local schools and on the town council as well, of course, as a leader of DCC.


I was part of the group of Christians who felt led to start up the Community Church under its former name of Durrington Christian Fellowship and I still feel as I did in 1991 that the Lord wants to build a group of His people to work and witness right here in Durrington to the wonderful change He can bring to anybody’s life if they are prepared to place their future in His nail pierced hands.

Lynda Burrows


Lynda moved to Durrington in 1982 to start her teaching career in Durrington Junior School. Since then she has worked in almost every primary school in the county as an advisory teacher and ended her teaching days in Bulford St. Leonard’s Primary School.


As a retired teacher, Lynda can be found in the community helping transport the elderly to their Day Centre or on the golf course trying to get her handicap down. Lynda has been part of Durrington Community Church (originally Durrington Christian Fellowship) from the beginning. 

Pamela Wreford
Leader and finances


Pam Wreford has lived in Durrington since 2002 and is mother of 2, grandmother of 4.  She likes to keep fit and is a member of a local gym which offsets the lack of exercise in a full time office job.


She has been the treasurer of the church for some time and continues in this and various other roles.

William Kingwell


I am originally from Cape Town, South Africa, where I worked in local government as a Building Regulation and Planning Inspector. I relocated to the UK and have lived in Durrington since July 2014. Currently I am working at Salisbury District Hospital as a maintenance carpenter.

I was radically born again and filled with the Holy Spirit at the age of seventeen and have been involved with church life and missions since then. I studied Discipleship, Evangelism and Biblical studies, training through the University of the Nations, and Youth with a Mission.

I have been involved with outreach, missions and church planting in Southern Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland and squatter camps in the Cape Town area.I am passionate about following Jesus, church unity, church growth and seeing God’s Kingdom come

A Key Scripture for me is: 1 Peter 1: 3-5

 “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade. This inheritance is kept in heaven for you, who through faith are shielded by God's power until the coming of the salvation that is ready to be revealed in the last time.”


Daniel Knight 

Youth and Community Worker


Daniel was appointed as the church’s youth and community worker in September 2017. Daniel graduated from Moorlands Bible College in the same year, with a degree in Applied Theology and Youth and Community Work. He is married to Deborah, and they moved to Durrington in 2013. They live in the village with their two young sons.


In his role, Daniel is working for the church in promoting the Gospel among the village community through various avenues. This includes working for the Bridge Youth Project – a school- based outreach organisation that DCC supports and works with in Durrington’s three schools.


Prior to Moorlands, Daniel followed his father into the funeral industry and was a funeral director for over twenty years. He became a Christian after being invited to the Elim Pentecostal church in Yeovil at the age of twenty. Away from church life, Daniel is also an actor and supporting artist and you may have blinked and missed him in various films and TV programmes.


Our music team

We are blessed to have Helen and Shirley as our worship leaders, helping us every week. We thank them for their dedication and devotion to leading us in song worship. 


Also special thanks to the indispensible Vernon on the computer keeping us in check with song lyrics, notices, presentations and all things technical!


We sing a good mix of modern worship songs and traditional hymns. 


We are blessed that many of our congregation are also members of the local community choir, which meets at the Pavilion, in Recreation Road, on Monday nights at 7pm.


Worship is for everybody to experience and you are more than welcome to join us!


Get involved!

Find out how by contacting us at:


Durrington Community Church

Village Hall
High Street, Durrington






Or use our online contact form.


Sunday Services

This Sunday

(21st July)

We'll be back in the Village Hall for our Sunday morning worship. Please come along and join us at 10.30am. 

We will be welcoming one of our oversight team, Brian Meardon who will be sharing about the Holy Spirit with us. 


Durrington Vehicle Show 

Thank you to everyone who came along to our stand at the village show

Whether you joined us for our acapella worship in the morning, or to place a prayer on our prayer tree or to enjoy some free bubbles you were all very welcome



Midweek Fellowship Groups

If you are unable to come along on a Sunday morning to the Village Hall, we have several opportunities to join members of our church at midweek fellowship groups.


We are currently enjoying an exciting new course from the Bible Society called "The Bible Course" an eight part accesible and highly informative course to help you understand the world's bestselling book!


There is a list of the hosts and times and dates when they meet on the What's On page. For more details please contact us at our church website address durringtoncommunitychurch@outlook.com 


The Trussell Trust

The Trussell Trust foodbank needs the following items:

Fruit juice (long life)
Tinned rice pudding
Dried milk
Instant mash
Tinned green vegetables
Tinned tomatoes.

If you would like to bring an item or two to the church on Sunday Pam Wreford will take it in or there is a collection point in Amesbury Tesco.


Please no out of date stuff, it can't be put in food parcels.
Thank you


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