Majdoleen was appointed as SERVE Coordinator in September 2022. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education – English Major, and a certificate in fitness training and communication in sports organisation. She is a Holy Land local who admires living in the Homeland of Jesus. A believer who's willing to help others serve and walk the path of the Saviour. Majdoleen is responsible for looking after our volunteers and making sure they make the most of their time in Nazareth, always with a smile on her face.
As the Spiritual Director of the Nazareth Trust, Frank is responsible for the coordination and oversight of the spiritual care programme, together with the Pastoral Care Team of the Trust. Their role is to strengthen the Christian life and witness of the organisation in a culturally sensitive way through spiritual nurturing and support. Prior to joining the Nazareth Trust Frank was the General Secretary of the Free Churches Group in the UK and prior to lived in South Africa, where he worked in various roles related to peace-building, conflict resolution and reconciliation.
Christine has been with the Nazareth Trust since moving from the UK to Israel. She graduated with a law degree from Aberystwyth University in Wales and later added a diploma in Grief and Bereavement Counselling. Formerly SERVE Director, Christine is now a full-time member of the Pastoral Care Team. She loves having the opportunity to minister and pray with people of all backgrounds.
Lourens has been involved in faith-based ministries and NGO's in the Middle East for over a decade. He graduated from Queen's University Belfast with a Business Management degree in 2012 and, more recently, completed his master's degree in Theology & Religious Studies at the Evangelical Theological Faculty in Leuven. As Pastoral Care Coordinator of SERVE Nazareth, Lourens is recruiting and training volunteers for the Pastoral Care ministry and is grateful to be part of this ministry of prayer and presence.
Richard took up the position of CEO of TNT in 2015. His background is in secondary education in the UK, becoming Vice-Principal at the Anglican International School in Jerusalem. He has since held a number of senior management positions within UK social concern charities, but he has always retained a heart for the Middle East. 'It is such a privilege to lead TNT, a truly international charity with a 160-year history and today one of the largest Scottish charities'.