Katie Davis

BSC Hons

Katie has over 10 years’ experience of children’s work after working in New Zealand and the Philippines, and in Zimbabwe with Scripture Union as a primary schools worker.  She has also been involved in local children’s work and training.

Sue Wintle

Sue runs her own accountancy and book keeping practice, is the treasurer of her church and is responsible with her husband Paul for the children’s work at The Vine in Poole.  Sue also oversees all the financial side of PACE.  

Andy Saunders
Andy has been involved in children’s and family ministry for about as long as he can remember. Starting as a volunteer in the Sunday School at his local church, he is now just as likely to be found on the stage at Spring Harvest or running a children’s camp in the heart of Dorset. He has worked at Scripture Union as a Children’s and Family Evangelist, tutored at Moorlands College, and most recently worked as the Children’s and Family Adviser for the Diocese of Winchester. He has created holiday club programmes, developed teaching and devotional resources, run a beach mission and led teams of volunteers at numerous events. Lighthouse Ministries enables him to draw on this rich experience to support churches and organisations who want to build creative and thriving ministries amongst the children and families in their communities. He combines his extensive experience with the flexibility and creativity needed to develop ministries suited to the local context.
Andy has a BA in Applied Theology from the University of Gloucestershire (Moorlands College) and is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, with a Certificate in Training Practice. He has also completed a Foundation Course in Transforming Church Conflict with Bridgebuilders and a CYM module in Supporting Professional Development in Work-based Learning.
Revd Andrew Corke LLB
Andrew is a former solicitor and until July 2020 was the vicar of All Saints Swanage.  While in Swanage he helped set up The Wave Youth & Children’s Ministry (the Swanage equivalent of PACE).  Since retirement he’s joined Canford Magna Church in Wimborne where he helps out preaching and teaching.  But he also has a heart for youth and children’s work and for churches working together to spread the gospel.  Andrew aims to support the work of PACE using both his legal skills and ministerial experience.

Siân Cook

Siân taught English in secondary schools in Dorset for 10 years before using these skills as a Schools Worker for 3 years for Crossteach - a national Schoolswork charity who seek to make the real Jesus known to young people in schools via RS lessons and clubs.  Sian is married to Tim, they have 3 children and live in Poole. Sian helps with the youth work in their church Moordown Baptist. She enjoys all things creative and runs an online store called Bible Vinyl, specialising in gifts with a Christian theme. She is Welsh, she loves cooking and watching Bake Off!
Rev'd Phillip Dixon
MBA, BA (Hons) Theology, Ministry and Mission 
Phil is the pastor for the Methodist churches in Highcliffe and Milford-on-Sea. "I am excited by church growth and participating in all that God is doing in our communities, that's why I am so privileged to be a Trustee for PACE".  Phil enjoys running and cycling and can often be seen (often ridiculously early in morning) around the lanes and tracks of Bransgore, Highcliffe and the New Forest.


Sharon Prior MTh, FHEA -

Sharon’s first career was in medical microbiology and then she trained as a professional youth worker and has worked with Crusaders/Urban Saints, Scripture Union and Moorlands College over the years. She has also led 3 Baptist churches in the past 10 years and is a volunteer on camps for young people. She is passionate about seeing young people grow and develop into their God-given potential and seeing volunteers trained to work effectively with children and young people.


Dave Pegg - Schools Work Leader -
BA Hons Applied Theology and Youth Work

Dave Pegg leads the schools work for PACE.  Dave and his wife (Chrissi) both grew up in Bournemouth and returned in 2016 after 15 years of youth and schools work in Exeter.  Dave has experience in teaching and leadership roles in churches and schools. They have 2 girls who attend one of the schools PACE serves. Dave is part of Bournemouth Community Church and leads Bright Idea Church. Dave loves being part of the PACE family and when he is not working loves watching films, making music and asking people big questions!
Lisa Stuart - Secondary Schools Worker
BA Hons in Applied Theology, FdA in Youth Work

Lisa joined PACE in September 2021 after graduating from Moorlands and has worked in schools and youth settings for over 15 years. Lisa is married to Jon and is part of Christ Church in Creekmoor where she is involved with worship. She enjoys traveling, drinking tea and watching films. 


Sarah Jones - Bournemouth Primary Schools Worker -
BA in Theology and Family & Community  

Sarah joined PACE as a Pastoral Care Worker at Hillbourne in 2010.  When she left to have her first child she took on the role as Children's Pastor at Sunnyhill Church.  Sarah is married to Scott and they have three children.  Sarah loves drinking coffee, eating chocolate and going on holidays.  They are part of Coastline Vineyard Church in Bournemouth.

Keith Jewell - Schools Worker -
Keith has been involved with schools work for nearly 25 years in Bournemouth, Chelmsford and Salisbury. He was a PACE Pastoral Care Worker from 2001-2005, and has also been involved in local church leadership. Keith is married to Charlotte and they have two daughters, Maddy and Katy. He enjoys watching a good film with the family, and spending time on holiday with them too, especially when it involves walking along a beach.


Pauline Horder - Manager of Supervision & Support
BSc Hons Psychology, MA Counselling Studies, Certificate in Supervision

Pauline Horder joined PACE in 2002 and is a professional counsellor and psychologist with many years' experience in the field of youth work and counselling.  Pauline is responsible for the ongoing support and professional supervision of the Pastoral Care Workers and provides 1-to-1 supervision and tailored training to ensure the quality of the provision.

Lynley Wilkes - Supervisor for Bournemouth and Christchurch
BA Applied Theology, NYA Youth and Community Work, Foundation Degree in Christian Theology and Ministry 

Lynley has been actively involved with youth work for over 25 years, both in training and supervision of workers.   She set up and worked as a Transitional Worker with a School Pyramid in Poole and spent time in Uganda training youth workers and teachers to support students at a local secondary school in the Kinkiizi region.  Lynley continues on a private basis to work with women who have been abused.

Sandy Carter - Supervisor in Poole & Pastoral Care Work Administrator

Sandy is the Administrator for Pastoral Care Work and also does some supervision.  She enjoys walking, cooking, watercolour painting and loves spending time with her four grandchildren.


Laura Wood

Laura is our administrator, handles DBS checks and other important paper work and communications.  She is married, with two children who live in Bristol.  Laura is part of Coastline Vineyard Church in Charminster.


Anita Brown

Anita does an excellent job as our bookkeeper.  She has been involved with PACE since the beginning and has worked in Hamworthy Park Junior School as one of our Pastoral Care Workers since 2001.  In her spare time Anita enjoys sunny weather, walking her dog by the sea, holidays, cooking and eating paella!!