The Directional Leadership Team is made up of pastors from some of the churches that are part of the Cornerstone Collective. This team is not a higher authority than the elders of the individual churches, rather the team acts as a catalyst and a directional lead for strengthening and growth in church leadership, supporting churches within the five areas of missional communion.

The directional leadership team sets direction for the Collective’s support teams, to ensure training and support, enabling churches to function effectively in their local context, whatever their size and financial capacity.

Steve Robinson

Director / Pastor

Steve is married to Sian and they have four children. Steve has been a Pastor at Cornerstone Church, Liverpool since November 2009 when he came with a small team to work with the existing elders and congregation to replant the church. Steve has coached, assessed and supported a number of church plants, planters, and revitalisations across Europe. Steve is a member of the Acts 29 church planting network and on the board of 20 Schemes. 

Anna Wood

Operations Director

Anna is married to Stuart and has two children.  Anna joined the staff team as Operations Director at Cornerstone Collective of Churches in September 2020, having been a part of the original team which replanted Cornerstone Church, Liverpool in 2009, as well as serving as a trustee on the board for Cornerstone Collective since 2016.  Anna’s background in secondary school teaching and leadership has provided her with a range of skills that have proven valuable in her role as a trustee and now as the Operations Director.  Anna is looking to develop her role in the Collective to enable existing churches and new church planters within the Collective to be supported in ‘all things operational’.  

Josh Walsh


Josh is married to Aneliese and dad to Evangeline Grace and Ezra Joshua. Josh and Annie moved to the Wirral in May 2011. Josh is the Lead Pastor of Cornerstone Church Wirral. Josh joined the staff of Cornerstone Church Liverpool in September 2012, when he gathered a team to plant on the Wirral, which officially launched in September 2013.  Josh grew up in Northern Ireland and moved to Leeds University England, in 2006. There he met Aneliese. They got married in August 2009 and in that same month Josh moved to Norwich, where Aneliese is from and where she was working as a primary school teacher. Josh worked there for eighteen months as a PE teacher. In May 2011, Josh and Aneliese moved to the Wirral. Aneliese is currently working as a Year 3 primary school teacher in Chester.  Josh has completed his theological training with Porterbrook Seminary. Josh is also a full member of the Acts 29 Network.