The overall ministry is entrusted in the hands of a humble servant of the Lord who along with dedicated pastors of the branches work to build up the brethrens and edify the Name of Jesus. Find out about the overseer of the Latter-Rain Outpouring Ministry and the other Senior Pastors at the various branches
It was in 1983 at the home-calling of the then Pastor that the responsibility of leading the flock was entrusted to his care. It was not a desire of his to attain to such a position, but with the conviction of the Word in his heart, he acted on his faith and accepted the challenge.
Pastor Green pursued various studies in Christian Doctrine over the years to show himself approved unto God, a workman that need not be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of Truth. He has obtained a Certificate in Theology from the University of London and after graduating from the Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival Bible College, he was ordained in 1983 as the minister for the Peckham Branch.
He was soon to be appointed Deputy Overseer of the ministry by the Founder and Director, the Right Revd. Dr. Olive V. Parris PhD. DD. and helped in many areas to promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Bishop O.V. Parris was called home to be with the Lord in 2002 and Rev. Green assumed full responsibility for all the operations of The Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival Ministry.
The Lord has been good to him and has seen him worthy to be consecrated into the office of Bishop. On Saturday 25th October 2003, with over 42 Ordained Ministers in attendance, Rev. Creswell Green was set forth as Bishop of The Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival Ministries and The Joint Council of Anglo Caribbean Churches. He has served as Treasurer of the Joint Council of Anglo Caribbean Churches and has been elected as Chairman for sometime now.
Bishop Green married to First Lady Joycelyn Monica Green in 1994 and both are united in serving the Lord. The work of the Lord has taken him many times to places like the USA, Jamaica, Ghana, Nigeria, St. Vincent and Israel. With the dedicated members and officers, the work is progressing healthily for God’s glory. He has established another two branches of ministry and is faithfully following the Lord as he endeavours to reach out to the outcasts, the hurting, the downtrodden, the depressed and the unbelieving of society.
With all the activities that he is engaged in, Bishop Green still finds time to pursue in depth studies for 3 years and has gained his Master of Theology (MTh.) Degree from the North Carolina University and the South London Bible College in 2008 and a Doctor of Divinity Degree from The Missionary Chapel & Seminary Institute, in March 2013. On the 7th September 2020, he was honoured by the Word of Life Christian International Fellowship (WOLMI) which is the only Full Gospel Organisation to be accredited by the United Nations Economic & Social Council with rights to appoint Ambassadors to the United Nations at large and to inter-governmental bodies. The award bestowed on him gave Bishop Green the privilege to use the title “His Excellency the Honourable” and the letters “OMS” (Order of Minister Statesman). As an Ambassador Statesman, he has obtained the rights to attend the UN Activities as a Minister Statesman with the citation of his award recorded as ‘for his work in humanitarian activities and his commitment to community development and care’.
How to find us:
50 Copleston Road
Nearest buses: P12, P13, 12, 37, 40, 78, 176, 185, 197, 343 & 484
Nearest train station: Denmark Hill or Peckham Rye
N.O. Tutu was born in Ghana on 23rd October 1945 at a Mining Town called Konongo in the Ashanti-Akim District where his father worked as a Technician. Later, the family moved to the second capital of Ghana – Kumasi, to settle under the tutelage of his father’s uncle who was a prominent Chief in the Colonial era. He received his Primary education at a State Boys’ School and later entered “Government Polytechnic” where he studied Business Studies and obtained R.S.A Stage 1 & 2 in Commerce, Shorthand and Typing between 1962 and 1964.
Having completed his business education, he was employed as Secretary to the managing Director at Mattress House in Kumasi from 1964 to 1978. He became a Director within the company for 4 years before resigning to work on his own. He formed his own company “Kingsbro Trading Enterprise” dealing in ladies wears in 1978. The company collapsed as a result of the second military coup in Ghana when all the Traders in the Central Market were forced by the army to surrender all their garments to the army authorities in Kumasi in the early part of 1980.
As a result he decided to seek “green pastures” in Great Britain. He arrived in Scotland in the middle of 1981 and later moved to London as job opportunities in the North became scarce. In 1984 he was led to Christ by his present wife Sister Tutu after his first marriage broke down earlier in 1983. In 1987 our assistant Pastor had his Water Baptism at The Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival Ministry, having become active members at the Peckham Branch with his wife.
In 1986, he had an encounter with the Lord when he entered his bedroom one late afternoon. A voice clearly spoke to him saying “My Son, Go And Clean My Church House.” Having shared this experience with his wife, he then rang his Pastor (now Bishop) to tell him what was spoken to him. That same evening this matter was discussed by the membership in his absence without a positive conclusion. He has been obedient to the Lord’s call ever since, which has become a blessing not only to him but the rest of his family.
On the 15th October 1989 he was confirmed as an Elder and was set forth by the late Bishop O.V. Parris and then Pastor C.L. Green (now Bishop). Elder Tutu attended 3-year Bible Course at the South London Bible College between 1992 and 1995 which have enabled him to grow in the Word of God tremendously.
Having showed by his dedication and commitment to the work of the Lord with the faithfulness that he embraces, he was called to the office of Assistant Pastor working alongside Bishop Green at the Peckham branch (Bethany) of the ministry. He has two youngsters within the ministry whom the Lord is using mightily as they serve Him. Brother Kingsley is active as Assistant Youth Director and Sister Diane is a member of Peckham’s Praise & Worship team.
Rev Tutu has been Self-employed for the past 20 years as a Cleaning Contractor, trading as “N.O. Tutu Cleaning Services.”
The Rev. Dr Janet Esther Murray, born in 1943 in Montserrat, West Indies to parents Joseph and Frances Osborne, emigrated to England in November 1960 and got married to Sydney Murray in 1963. They have been blessed with two children, Derrick and Desmond and two grandchildren, Stephanie and Jessica.
Rev. Murray’s zeal for acquiring knowledge has enabled her to obtain the ‘Certificate in Christian Training’ from St. David University, Lampeter, Wales and the ‘Diploma in Religious Studies’ from Birkbeck College, University of London. She continued her desire to study to be able to rightly divide the Word of Truth and achieved a ‘BA, AKC in Theology’ from Kings College, University of London and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree from Hebron Bible College (in connection with the European Theological Seminary and Bible International).
Pastor Janet Murray was called to the Ministry in 1989 when she was ordained a Minister, and later founded and became the Senior Pastor of the Faith Restoration Outreach Ministry.
She has a fond connection to the Methodist Church, after appointment firstly as an Approved Person (A.P.) for Marriages at the Willoughby Methodist Church in Hornsey, North London, and later as a Visiting Preacher at the Methodist Church on the Hackney and Stoke Newington London Circuit.
Having served as General Secretary of the Joint Council of Afro-Caribbean Churches (JCACC), Pastor Murray was appointed Principal of the JCACC Bible School of Theology and Education, a position she held for 8 years, overseeing two cohorts of Graduations.
She worked for many years with Haringey Local Authority on their Youth Offending Service, serving as an Appointed Chaplain with the Metropolitan Police in Haringey, and also as a Police Volunteer, for which she received multiple Awards and Citations. And in 2012, was presented with Haringey’s Unsung Women’s Award for services to the community.
Pastor Murray is currently integrated with the Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival Ministries and together with the team, is endeavouring to create an atmosphere where the Holy Spirit can move freely in the midst of the people of God. In her youthful days, the Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival ministry was home to Pastor Murray, through which, she became rooted and grounded in the Word of the Lord.
God has directed Pastor Murray’s path back to “home” and her commitment is to do all that she can for His glory and honour as He directs her ways.
How to find us:
242 Hoxton Street
Nearest buses: 149, 242, 243 & 394
Nearest train station: Hoxton or Haggerston
Tel: 07960 900 505
A very committed and faithful servant of the Lord, Rev Pearl Giscombe, the Pastor of the Streatham Branch of the Latter-Rain Outpouring Revival Ministries, has been working for the Master for many years. She came to the United Kingdom in her early years and has been very vibrant in Christian activities.
Although actively engaged in secular employment, she devoted her life to knowing more about the Lord,as she got involved in various degrees of Biblical studies. She graduated from the Minister’s Training Institute (MTI) which was a reputable college convened at 50 Copleston Road, with a prestigious Diploma in Ministerial Christian Studies.
Rev Giscombe became a member of the Peckham Branch of the ministry in 1986 when that branch relocated from Fulham to present address. The call of the Lord was heavily on her to “Launch Out into the Deep”, and with obedience to the call of God, she started to labour in the vineyard in the Streatham, London neighbourhood.
She was ordained as a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in May 2013 and is faithfully serving the Lord and caring for the brethren she is called to ‘feed’.
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” A man can no more diminish God’s glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, ‘darkness’ on the walls of his cell.”