LSESU Christian Union

Knowing Christ and making Him known

As a UCCF Christian Union, we exist to give every student at LSE the opportunity to hear and respond to the good news of Jesus Christ.

We are:

  • Confident in the Truth: understanding, celebrating and defending the truth of the gospel.

  • Urgent in evangelism: creative, engaging and persuasive proclamation of Christ crucified.

  • Passionate about unity: gathering and uniting all Christians around the essential truths of the gospel.

  • Committed to the local church: believing it is the primary and life-long place of Christian ministry and discipleship.

  • Motivated by grace: rejoicing in our salvation, serving one another and loving the lost.

  • Generous in world mission: endeavouring to give and send so as to reach the students of the world.

UCCF exists to link together Christian Unions and make disciples of Jesus Christ in the student world.

Meet the Committee: 2019/2020


Munzer Wehbe

3rd Year, International Relations




Laura Teagle

3rd Year, Social Anthropology

Oxford, UK

Vice President


Rachel Hu

3rd Year, International Relations

Hong Kong



Fran Okia

3rd Year, Law LLB




Yasha Lai

2nd year, Social Anthropology




Jonathan Neo

2nd Year, Law LLB


Prayer + Worship Secretary


Patrick Neill

2nd Year

Leatherhead, UK

Events Coordinator

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meet our staff worker

Charlotte is our UCCF Staff Worker which means she works alongside the CU to encourage and equip us as we seek to give our friends and coursemates at LSE the chance to look into the claims of Christianity for themselves. She helps us plan and run events, helps us think about what being a Christian at University looks like and encourages us to keep living and speaking for Jesus while we're at LSE. She also works with City University and Imperial College London CUs and is married to Pete who does the same job with UCL, SOAS and Westminster!

Favourite verse: 
"Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade." (1 Peter 1:3-4)
Studied: Law
Favourite London coffee shop: Caravan