Keith became an Irish Mission Worker in 1986. He has served in Tipperary, Monaghan and Tyrone but is now based in Belfast. In all that time he’s run children's clubs, Bible studies, knocked doors, taught in schools, taught English started youth clubs and lead hotel gospel meetings.
Presently Keith is working at the International Meeting Point in South Belfast, an outreach project on the Lisburn Road. Working alongside him is Sharon Heron; Sharon is a Deaconess and began working there in March 2015. The Meeting Point is funded by United Appeal and South Belfast Presbytery to reach out to migrants and asylum seekers. Keith counts it a privilege and blessing to see churches co-operate together as they send volunteers to help. The project has upwards of 60 volunteers from 15 churches working together for the glory of God. Keith is married with five children and one grandchild.