Livy lives in London working as a consultant in international development, where she supports programmes in Africa and Asia that focus on youth employment, entrepreneurship, and challenging harmful social norms. She goes to KXC (King’s Cross Church) and is an ambassador for ‘There is Something More’. She loves travelling, coffee and any excuse to celebrate. Her passion is to the see the church be known in this world for its love, authenticity, faithful teaching, and ability to meet people where they are.
Rebecca is a second year student at Exeter University, studying Geography Theology and Business, and is originally from Cheltenham. She is outnumbered in her family, having three brothers, but makes up for it with all the girly sleepovers and coffee catch-ups she enjoys! She is passionate about people – especially students – hearing the truth about Jesus and starting new relationships with him. Her other passions are chocolate, country walks, and baking (eating) cakes.
Mark is a Producer | Director | Editor from London. When he is not working on a shoot or an edit he is watching films, reviewing films, ingesting large amounts of coffee or attempting to keep fit. He loves helping others to share their stories and vision and is passionate about seeing people do what they were created for, and seeing God expand his Kingdom through the passions and gifts he gives us.
After three interesting years of study in Oxford (Brookes) James moved to Jersey to pursue a career in banking. A few years later he sensed a call to full time church ministry in England. Since then he has worked at HTB in South Kensington where he met his partner in crime, Rachel. James is now working at Trinity Cheltenham as the Student Pastor and Discipleship Year course leader. James is passionate about raising up a generation of young leaders and seeing them fulfil their God-given ability. His heart is for discipleship and mission which he sees going hand in hand. And he is still believing for the resurrection of his rugby career, with a call up to the Gloucester squad, but for the time being he will just keep working for the church.
Fiona lives in Scunthorpe with her husband Paul. She works for Scunthorpe Baptist Church where she oversees the communities ministry. This involves supporting leaders and their teams with whatever they need to see their communities flourish, both in discipleship and making a Kingdom impact on the town. Fiona and her husband Paul also lead one of the plants of Scunthorpe Baptist Church which runs in their home in a very multicultural, urban area of the town. She had a passion to see the church loving God and loving people with all they have and seeing people come to know the transforming love of Christ.
Born and raised in the south west, Tommy now spends most of his time in London, where he works in TV, radio, video production, journalism and the garden. He’s a big fan of football, punk rock, exploring new places and dancing, amongst other things. Last year, he made it into the top 16 conker players in the world. His parents were very proud. He’s been part of KXC (King’s Cross Chuch) since 2010, which he’s loved – it’s been a great adventure… (He also loves ellipses.)
After having travelled, worked and completed a church internship, Jocelyn is now working for New Wine, helping to raise a generation of leaders that are passionate about seeing heaven touch earth. She is a lover of tea and sunshine, and a keen traveller who is passionate about seeing those she loves come to know Jesus, through building authentic relationships, investing in people where they are at, and making time to walk with them. Jocelyn currently calls West London home and can be found in some of the local artisan coffee shops, reading and devouring a pastry (or a few).
Pippa lives and studies in Oxford where she is a postgraduate student pursuing one of her passions, (Early Modern English) Literature! When she is not reading, she can be found entertaining her other interests: rowing, travelling and good shoes. She loves coffee, especially when it involves friends, a book, or planning her next adventure. She is passionate about advocating human rights, and is excited about seeing young leaders pioneering Kingdom values in every sphere of their lives and encouraging people to enjoy life in its fullness.
Phil and his wife Hannah have recently moved back to England from Northern Ireland after five years, where they were part of a Vineyard church plant team in 2010. Together they now lead the worship team at All Saints’ Woodford Wells. Phil is also the New Wine Discipleship Year course leader for the All Saints’ hub. Phil is keen to see young leaders empowered and equipped and is excited about the opportunity and potential of INVEST. On a side note, Phil is a Spurs fan and also a craft beer nerd!
Tim is married to Hannah, living in Rickmansworth, north west of London. They belong to Connect Church, Chorleywood. He is a business manager working within the automotive industry. Having started as a graduate trainee four years ago, he now manages a team of graduates whilst running a well balanced business, based at the St Albans office. The company pride themselves on being industry leaders in employee development, customer service and business growth. At the weekend, Tim is usually found teeing off on the golf course and enjoying Asian cuisine
Ben is married to the wonderful Ellie. Ben is a curate at the Belfrey in York where he oversees the evening gathering, student work and 18-30s. He has a passion for seeing the 18-30s and students reached with the good news of Jesus. He loves celebrating life with friends and good food. He is a football fan and loves watching Hull City play. He and Ellie have previously lived and done ministry in Cambridge and Sheffield.
Lee Kirkby is husband to beautiful Rachel and dad to a gorgeous one year old, Amara. As a family they like to laugh lots, cook good food and enjoy days out. He is Head of Youth & Children’s Work at The Belfrey in York and also leads the main morning family congregation. He is passionate about equipping young people to be lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ. Lee was recently awarded Youth Worker of the Year.