Llewellyn has been the Chief Executive of Nehemiah Housing Association since 1989. He has successfully led Nehemiah to becoming the largest Pentecostal church social action project of its kind in the UK; a leading provider of housing and care facilities with 40 employees; an annual turnover in excess of £4 million and assets approaching £40 million.

Nehemiah won the 1997 Gleaner Company UK and Jamaica National Overseas UK ‘Honour Award’ for its outstanding record of achievement and positive contribution to the community in Britain. Llewellyn was also the first Director of the Wolverhampton African Caribbean Development Agency with responsibility for broad based community and economic development work.

In 1996 Llewellyn became the National Co-ordinator for Support Ministry in the Church of God of Prophecy, a portfolio that includes responsibility for Social Action programmes, Public Relations and family ministry. He is an ordained minister and the Senior Pastor of Jubilee Christian Centre in Wolverhampton, since October 1998 and Area Coordinator for the Church of God of Prophecy churches in Wolverhampton, Dudley and Walsall. He is a passionate believer in a holistic approach to the ministry of the Church in the community.

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