The advancement of the Christian faith by the provision of holiday and conference facilities, in a suitable Christian atmosphere, primarily for young people in order that they may have daily bible study with particular emphasis on evangelism, bible teaching and training for leadership, and by the provision of appropriate sporting and recreation facilities to encourage initiate, learn new skills, develop interpersonal relationships and through all this develop Christian character and become a good Christian influence within society.
We will connect with the local community by providing facilities for other Christian charitable bodies to engage in relation to work based skills and the resulting therapeutic advantages.
Accommodation for Summer Camps, Youth weekends, Church outings and conferences has been an increasing problem in recent years. The Berea Trust Ltd. was formed to purchase a building to help resolve these accommodation problems. God answered our prayers in a remarkable way enabling such a building to be provided.
I came to serve at the centre in May 2014. I moved here from the foot of the Ochil hills near Stirling. I was part of Alva Baptist church while I lived there. It is so exciting to be part of God’s work here!
My favourite hobby is riding my 600cc motorbikes. I have been involved with CMA (Christian Motorcyclists Association) since 2009, taking the Gospel message to bikers where they gather. I am also a keen horse rider having competed showjumping and cross country for years.
I have managed Laboursave since 2013, we have provided a general maintainence service to the Windmill since April 2017. Laboursave aims to employ people from The Reconnection Project to have a more productive lifestyle.
I also manage The Reconnection Project, which runs at the Windmill and City Church in Dundee. We work with people who are in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction and our aim is to provide an employment route through a skills based day programme.
I work for Laboursave and have been part of the Windmill team since 2017. I also work with The Reconnection Project in Dundee. I feel so blessed that part of God’s plan for my life is to serve at the Windmil lwho have become my family.
I live in Dundee, however I am very proud to be a Welsh man, hence the name TAFF. Come and have a chat if you see me as I always have a joke to tell
The current Windmill team was brought together in 2017. We all feel called here by God and privileged to be part of the Windmill ministry. Each of us have different gifts which put together make a friendly, hardworking and happy place to work as a result this helps to provide a caring and comfortable environment for all who visit.
Laboursave plays an important part of our staffing, this subcontract covers the maintenance of the building
The Windmill has always been supported well by volunteers from local churches as well as further afield like Germany and Australia who have worked countless hours in the building and grounds. We are so grateful to them. We have a summer voluntary work placement for a young person sponsored by their church. Contact our office for more information.
Since 2017 The Windmill has worked closely with the Reconnection Project in providing practical experience and training in garden maintenance, general landscaping and interior decorating.
Further information about these opportunities can be found at: