Meet the Team
Rob Santer: Regional Director, London
Rob and his wife Charlotte became Christians after experiencing an amazing encounter with God whilst attending the Alpha course in autumn of 2000.
In 2003, he co-founded the Cutting Edge men's group at his church All Saints & St Andrews, Woodford Wells and signed up with CVM to benefit from the valuable resources offered, especially the speakers list! Cutting Edge celebrate its 14th anniversary in 2017 and what was a group that started with 5 guys at its first meeting has grown into a network that connects with over 260 men from 40 churches.
Having a passion to reach men for Christ, and spending many years actively forming relationships with other groups and churches outside of his own, Rob joined CVM as a volunteer Area coordinator for NE London in 2010. He took on the role of Regional Director for London in 2014 where he engages with churches & mission agencies, growing the CVM presence across the 33 Boroughs, and recruiting and training a team of London based coordinators.
To help achieve the CVM mission of winning a million men to Jesus, Rob partners with MOVE UK, through which he delivers training to members of the whole church on how they can share their faith in a simple and relaxed manner with the intention of developing a Disciple Making Community; and He is one of the London coordinators for WhoLetTheDadsOut? (WLTDO?) which is a growing movement that closely partners with CVM to resource churches to reach out to dads, father figures and their children.
Being a family man, Rob intentionally invests time to be with his wonderful wife Charlotte and their 3 young children. When the opportunity allows, he enjoys playing drums, watching motorsport, photography, music, running, cycling, working out and spending time with friends over good food and a glass of red wine!
Rob says "I welcome the opportunity to speak with any individual, group or church to see what's working, what's not and how we at CVM can better support, encourage and empower you in coming together as a Band of Brothers and reaching out to men in your area."