Kevin Harding – Pastor

Kevin and Alison Harding married in 1985 and lived in Cambridgeshire for sixteen years before moving to the Isle of Man in 2001. Alison qualified as an SRN and served as a nurse for a number of years before eventually becoming the Ward Manager of a local Cottage Hospital. Kevin was a Primary school teacher for about 19 years before training to become an Elim minister. He was ordained in June 2018, and inducted as the senior Pastor of Alloa Elim Church in November 2018. Kevin and Alison are passionate for people to know the love of God and to experience wholeness and purpose in Christ. They have four grown up children, who are all married. They also have a growing number of beautiful and lively grandchildren.


Adrian ClarkDeacon/Church Secretary

Adrian and Brenda Clark have lived in Scotland since 1973, having previously lived in Southampton. They married in the 1960’s and have passed their golden wedding milestone. Adrian worked in IT for most of his working life but is now retired, though he continues to use his IT skills in the church. Adrian and Brenda were Foster Carers for over 30 years, retiring from this in 2011, with somewhere over sixty children leaving their marks on the family home. Adrian has always had a love of jazz, blues and gospel music and his keyboard styles reflect this, though he also has a particular passion for the Hammond B3 organ. Adrian and Brenda have been members at Alloa Elim Church for 6 years, and have two children and four grandchildren, one of whom is married.


David Simpson – Deacon/Treasurer

David Simpson has been a member of Alloa Elim church since 2011 and has been Finance Officer/Treasurer since September 2018. Married to Catherine with one step-son and two grand-children, they have lived in Clackmannanshire for over 14 years.




Chris White – Youth Leader

Chris White joined AEC in September of 2015, serving as a Youth Leader ever since. He studied at the University of Stirling where he completed both his undergraduate in International Politics and postgraduate in International Conflict and Cooperation. Chris is from Northern Ireland and has lived in Wales, but for now, calls Stirlingshire his base. Alongside politics, Chris enjoys birds, writing, and both sharing and mentoring God’s Word to the youth group, encouraging them to grow spiritually and live God-centred lives.