KING'S CHAPEL 4th GOD ENCOUNTER Program 2021 - A4 SPREAD - COMPLETE with Save the Date - Flipbook - Page 5
Sister Jacqui Anderson
Lady Jacqueline is the second of six daughters born to Elder Lloyd and Sister Jean Foster. She
is what is termed as, ‘born in the church’. She gave her heart to the Lord at an early age, and
was filled with the Holy Ghost. She has five siblings who are saved and continues to walk with
the Lord. She feels so blessed to be part of this rich Christian heritage.
Lady Jacqueline has been ministering in choirs and, on worship teams from the age of 13 years,
God has been faithful. Lady Jacqueline loves Lord and to lead worship, ushering people into the
Presence of God; there is no other place she would rather be.
She has been married for 23 years to her amazing husband, Pastor Trevor Anderson who she
loves dearly. God has blessed their union with a wonderful son, Justin Alexander and a beautiful
daughter, Linnae Isabel.
Lady Jacqueline currently is the praise and worship leader for Mount Zion Apostolic Church, and
serves as her husband’s PA, as well as assists in other administrative duties. She is employed
part-time as an offender manager for the National Probation service.
Lady Jacqueline’s passion is worship, and she strives to hear God’s voice and to obediently
follow Him. Her prayer is ‘Lord I am available and if You can use anyone You can use me’.
Brother John King
King’s Chapel is celebrating its 4th anniversary, and what a four-year it has been! It all started in
a side room at the village hall in Newchurch, a tiny village a few miles outside Ashford, accessed
via some true country lanes. I remember the weeks when it was just my wife and myself. I also
remember the prayer, and then when Pastor declared that the saints would be arriving, which
they did, right on time. Eventually, the side room was too small and we moved into the main hall
which is where we had our first anniversary God-Encounter convocation.
It was apparent that the location was too remote and that we would be moving to a location
within Ashford. This was not as straight forward as anticipated as God closed a few doors before
releasing us into the new location at Ashford Oaks primary school, which is far more convenient,
being in the heart of South Ashford. This is where we held our second anniversary God-Encounter
It all looked as though things were progressing as might be expected for a new ministry. However,
then came the Coronavirus pandemic and everything changed. Overnight we became prohibited
from holding services with people present, or indeed outside of our own homes.
Technological solutions were trialled, some were ditched whilst others proved to be very effective,
and so it was that our third anniversary God-Encounter convocation was a virtual one, where
everyone was connecting in their homes.
It is during this period of lock down that we have seen the power of the church. Pastor King has
always maintained, emphasised and taught that what really matters is the individual’s relationship
with God. The ministry has always endeavoured to develop this relationship within each saint,
and it is testament to this and all the saints of King’s Chapel, that even in this period, we have
seen new members join the fellowship, and we have had baptisms (even internationally over
The pandemic has shown that church is not confined to the physical building, it has also shown
that this is one of the foundations that King’s Chapel is built upon. We love worship, we love
communal worship and the gathering of the saints, however, we recognise that the church is the
people, and the church is at its’ most effective when each member has a deep relationship with
Stay blessed, in Jesus’ name.
Brother John King