Tim Knight


Tim has been following Jesus for over 40 years and is currently serving him as a senior analyst and leader in the public sector. To keep himself ‘earthed’ he attempts to teach a lively crowd of 4-7 year olds’ every Sunday. Hard to say which is harder.

Johnny Douglas

Founding Member

Johnny Douglas is an unlikely anglican vicar, life coach and encourager. He loves nurturing all sort of initiatives that advance kingdom life and the transformation of our communities, and has a disproportionate appreciation of Terry’s chocolate orange!

Tom Bolster


Tom is Deacon and Treasurer of a small Baptist Church in North London. By day, he is a solicitor specialising in competition litigation. He has a passion for justice and is actively involved in projects providing legal advice, education and representation to poor and marginalised people in East Africa.

Gavin Walles


Gavin is passionate about supporting his local community and is a governor for his local primary school in Norbury, South London. As a day job he is Head of Legal and Data Protection Officer for a UK technology start-up with a specialism in commercial and technology law.

Andy Nunn


Andy combines business nous and pastoral heart. He loves connecting people to God and each other. He does this through business (like Barclays Capital, where he led the Christian Workplace Group). And he does it through charity (like the social enterprise he set up for ex-offenders in a Church in East London, called Second Crack Coffee). He has also consulted the government on Economics, and the Church of England on setting up a funeral scheme.

Jon Horne

Executive Officer

Jon cut his missiological teeth volunteering with Asylum, and then being mentored by Lesslie Newbigin. Since then his career has alternated between mission and marketing. He:

  • has championed Christian Workplace Groups since 2001;
  • spoke at the Pentagon on the 10th Anniversary of 9/11;
  • has a certificate in Counselling;
  • was a Peer-Led Support Group Facilitator for the The Echo Society (UK) throughout 2017 and 2018.