Nic is the Director of Kairos Connexion, a network of leaders and churches who are seeking to grow and multiply communities of missionary disciples all across the country.
He also leads the regional evangelical network of churches, Together for the Harvest, in the Liverpool city region, which carries the vision of reaching every man woman and child with the gospel within ten years.
Its back!!! It’s no bigger!!! But it’s slightly better!!! (honest) It’s the LIVE LOUNGE with Joe Fisher. A mixture of live acts, live interviews, live games and a very lively host! Be prepared to join Joe for guests, games and giggles in the Hub Café, and you might even get to spot the vicar! Every night from 9.30 in the Hub.
Gareth is Assistant Minister at ChristChurch Harpenden. He is married to Rachel, and they have 3 small boys. In his spare time, he is one-half of Awesome Cutlery, a music ministry dedicated to helping families worship Jesus together.
Lou works for Youth for Christ as ‘Families Coordinator’ creating and developing resources to enable young people to live out faith within the home. Based in North Shropshire, she also spends time in her community making connections between local church and families. Lou and her own family enjoy living a very active life, particularly running for their local athletics club. Lou became a Christian as a teenager at Spring Harvest, so feels privileged to be part of the team helping families and those across generations to connect with God together.
Come and join us for a Palm Sunday Family Ceilidh. With live band and caller a fun hour is assured. Amanda, Mike, Abi & André from Woodsiders with lead you through the fun dances, suitable for all ages. From 3pm to 4pm in Centre Stage Day 2 is the place to swing your partners and dosey doe. Ye Hi!
Patrick Regan OBE hosts an evening of music and conversation looking at topics many find difficult, such as trusting God when life is painful. It explores the strength of letting go of our need to be in control, as well as looking at how we can stop comparing ourselves to others and instead live authentically & honestly as we grow into the people God created us to be.
Tony Vino been touring the comedy scene since early 2005 performing across the UK and internationally. Tony has enjoyed recognition as a comedian and comedy compere of renown.
He is best known for the way he seamlessly mixes well thought out observational humour with audience interaction and quick-witted responses. His life and interests are wide ranging, and so is his material, all performed in a warm, friendly and non-offensive style.
Well aware of social and political issues, Tony has been called upon to entertain at many high profile events for charities such as Christian Aid, Oxfam, Fairtrade Foundation and TearFund. He’s also been the tour support act for TV acts such as Jimmy Cricket and Tim Vine. He has performed for TV & Radio and was even called upon to be the warm up comedian for BBC’s Songs of Praise (a low point in his career).
Riverside Performing Arts, a professional Christian Theatre Company, present their production “Not For Sale,” raising awareness on Modern Slavery & County Lines, with an emphasis on social justice and their faith in Jesus. This fast-paced, provocative and satirical performance promises to empower & equip us all to make a difference, to recognise the relevance of county lines and take a stand against modern day slavery. Lasting an hour, it uses facts & statistics, as well as the retelling of stories from actual survivors of Modern Slavery.
Press Red, in association with Restored, present ‘Control’: A powerful, shocking and revealing drama exploring the various forms of abuse inside a Christian marriage. Following the performance there will be a chance to explore this complex topic and learn more about Domestic Abuse in the Church. Due to the nature of the performance, it is unsuitable for under 16s.
Can the rich kaleidoscope of good news about Jesus reveal some new and life-changing patterns among the manicured, self-managed images of the 21st Century? Is there an influencer we can trust to tell the truth?
Kaleidoscope is a vibrant, sparkling show, packed full of entertaining stories that celebrate hope and joy.
Jon is director of Coventry Youth for Christ, with over 20 years experience leading church based youth ministries. Jon is passionate about music, cycling and seeing young lives changed by Jesus through simple, effective engagement and authentic discipleship.
Tom works for Youth for Christ in the Church Resources department where he heads up the 7-11s team, writes resources and runs events for children. He has been on both youth and children’s teams at Spring Harvest for the last 11 years. Tom lives in Birmingham with his wife, Carys and two children, Fran and Luca. Tom likes playing football, eating pizza and going for walks in the mountains.
Alison has been working with children for over thirty years. First as a teacher and then as an evangelist and Under 5s specialist for Scripture Union, until 2012. Since 2013, she has been self-employed as a children’s evangelist helping churches develop their children’s and families work with a specialism in Under 5s. Currently, she leads four toddler groups each week in different churches.
To find out more about her ministry go to www.praiseandplay.co.uk. She is also a member of Children Worldwide. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, crochet and jigsaw puzzles. She is married to Jeff (our door steward and venue manager) and lives in Bedford with Jeff’s daughter, two rabbits and an elderly cat called Belle.
Clare is a fellow at The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA) following a distinguished career as a teacher and leader in south east London. She is passionate about evangelism and apologetics, exploring questions concerning race, identity and truth in urban settings.
Johnny is an ordained minister and community leader. Having worked in over 40 nations, he is an expert in contextual mission and helping organisations develop and grow. Johnny researches the
links between church, social impact and wider society. In no particular order he finds his happy place hiking the great outdoors, watching rugby, good coffee, reading, writing and family road trips.
For over 30 years Susan Parker has volunteered on a Mercy Ship stationed predominantly in Western Africa. It was there she met her husband Gary, the ship’s oral and maxillofacial surgeon, and there that they brought up their two children. Susan’s work currently centres around the complex issues the ship’s crew face in their day‐to‐day work of serving the poor in a dynamic crosscultural context.
Ropa is a passionate advocate for volunteering, having participated in projects from Central America to West Africa. She is the Volunteer Recruitment Manager for Mercy Ships UK, where she spends her day
supporting people to find their place onboard the Africa Mercy. When she’s not recruiting volunteers she enjoys singing and reading books on political history.
Richard is currently Director of Mission Innovation and Fresh Expressions for God for All Cumbria. There are now over 100 fresh expresssions in Cumbria ranging from Mountain Pilgrims to Cafe Churches to Network Youth Churches. Previously he worked with Frontier Youth Trust and taught at Bristol Baptist College as part of the Centre for Youth Ministry and his most recent book was Here Be Dragons Youthwork and Mission off the map.
John founded Christians Against Poverty in 1996, combining his 17 years’ experience in the consumer finance industry and his personal experience of being in overwhelming debt. His vision to see lives transformed and set free from poverty has led CAP to grow from one man helping people out of debt on the estates of Bradford, to an international charity that is tackling the main causes of UK poverty – debt, unemployment, life affecting habits or a lack of vital life skills.
Nathan is the CEO of Christian Vision for Men, a global movement focused on introducing 1,000,000 men to Jesus Christ. Nathan leads the team speaking to and reaching thousands of men each year with the gospel.
Gavin Calver is the chief executive at the Evangelical Alliance and the chair of the Spring Harvest Planning Group. He has a burning passion to see the Gospel reach every person in the UK. Formerly the leader of Youth for Christ, Gavin’s an ordained evangelist and regular public speaker, and has authored five books.
Nick & Marjorie planted The Well Sheffield, a Baptist church known for its innovative use of social media and for successfully reaching and discipling students and young adults. They are the authors of The XYZ of Discipleship – Understanding and Reaching Generation Y and Z, to be published in June 2020.
Marie is a Police Officer and National Chair of the Christian Police Association. She is working on a national initiative ‘Faith and Police Together’ aiming to see police and faith Communities working together to bring about community transformation and reduce demand long term.
Annabel is a Chartered Psychologist, supporting children, adults, families and organisations through work and ministry. She co-chairs The Engage Network and is co-editor of the book ‘7 Reasons Your Church Needs More Men’.
Rev Bao is a retired leader of the Chinese Protestant churches in China. His lifetime spans the history of the Church in China over the past seven decades, where he has witnessed the ebb and flow of Christianity in China.
He will be speaking via a pre-recorded video as part of one evening celebration at Minehead Two, Harrogate and Skegness.
Ed is passionate about seeing churches engage with the homeless. After 9 years in disaster response he moved to the UK and set up Hope into Action, an award winning charity which runs 76 homes for the homeless in partnership with 67 churches across the country.
Rev Lade Olugbemi is a passionate advocate for mental health issues in the community. She is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor who delivers training to church groups, communities and organisations. Passionate about empowering the church to live the whole life according to 1 Thes 5:23
Tim has served alongside his wife Helen since 1998 leading Wellspring Church (Watford) with a passion for raising leaders, encouraging unity, and bringing lasting transformation to communities near and far.
Tim is founder and Chief Executive of Transforming Lives for Good (TLG) – a fast growing national movement enabling churches to help children struggling in school, or struggling for food in school holidays.
Les is CEO of Ascension Trust, the organisation behind Street Pastors. Born in Antigua, he experienced gangs and street violence in his youth after moving to the UK. In his search for hope he became a Rastafarian, later a Christian. This life changing experience inspired him to seek ways to engage with the same hard-to-reach communities he came from.
Jack is a campaigner at Tearfund, helping Christians in the UK to respond to global challenges like climate breakdown and plastic pollution. He’s passionate about zero-waste living and all things ethical, and when not speaking at churches and conferences he’ll be out climbing mountains and enjoying the countryside!
Leon is lead pastor of Lifecentral Church in Halesowen a multi site church with several locations including a church in Albania. Along with his wife Allison they have a passion for developing emerging leaders and building churches that unchurched people love to attend.
Ali is curate at Gas Street church in Birmingham, overseeing the mid-week groups and church planting. She is married to Nick, who has previously led worship at Spring Harvest with the Worship Central team.
Rt Revd Dr Jill Duff is Bishop of Lancaster. Her brief includes the oversight of mission, evangelism & church planting in the Diocese of Blackburn. Previously she was the founding director of St Mellitus College North West (2013-2018) the first full-time ordination course in the north west for over 40 years, where she taught New Testament, mission and church planting.
Prior to this Jill served as an urban parish priest, school chaplain, pioneer minster church planting, and as associate fellow at Liverpool Hope University. Prior to ordination in 2004, she worked in research and business management at Esso Petroleum. She has an MA in Theology and DPhil in Chemistry from Oxford University and MA in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University.
Hilary has spent many years working in the performing arts, as an actor, director, musician and teacher. She is now the creative coordinator for Spring Harvest, and enjoying all the fun of preparing for the Big Start!
Corrine is a trained actor and social worker. She has worked as an actor across London and the UK, and is an associate artist for Selah Theatre Company, a Christian Arts Collective. Now in Oxford, whilst her husband trains for ordination in the Church of England, Corrine is working in safeguarding in a primary school and uses the arts as a tool for communicating with children.
Rachel is an author, speaker, president of the Girl’s Brigade, founder of Romance Academy and is on the boards of The Cinnamon Network and Home For Good. She works with Youthscape to develop youth ministry for churches. She and her family recently relocated to Preston, to serve the local church.
Yemi is the director of the One People Commission at Evangelical Alliance, associate director for HOPE, global ambassador for Compassion UK and a worldwide strategic advisor and leadership coach. He is also an Anglican priest and Pentecostal pastor.
Mike pastors Soul Survivor Watford church and has spent his life running the Soul Survivor festivals which have encouraged youth in the UK to walk with Jesus in a naturally supernatural way. Mike speaks at conferences around the world, trying to make people laugh and point them towards Jesus at the same time.
Lucy has been leading worship and writing songs for many years, both as a solo artist and with her talented band of musicians and singers. Kings Village is a community of worshippers from Arun Church, whose heart is to write songs that inspire, encourage and gather people towards pursuing the presence of God together.
During After Hours, join Lucy and her band for an evening of songs and stories. Lucy’s songs blend a mixture of jazz/gospel and singer-songwriter with creativity and musicality from her gifted group of musicians.
Aaron and his family have been rooted in Grace Fellowship Church, Atlanta USA for the last 15 years, where Aaron still serves as a worship pastor.
Aaron and his band travel around the world leading worship and training leaders. In 2008, the Keyes launched their worship school, now called 10,000 Fathers, through which their heart is to help the next generation of worship leaders (who lead songs) to become more Biblically empowered worship pastors (who lead people).
Elim Sound have a rich heritage within the UK’s Elim Pentecostal Churches, led by Sam Blake as national director. Sam is also worship pastor of a large, vibrant multi-ethnic Elim church, in Ealing, west London.
IDMC are around twenty-five members from various Christian backgrounds, formed in 1994 working normal 9-5 jobs. John Fisher and the choir have managed to amass a total of nine albums and various single releases. The choir have had many high-profile collaborations with artists and organisations such as Matt Goss, Michael Bublé, Lukas Graham, Luciano Pavarotti, Avery Sunshine, Cilla Black, Heather Small, Jason Mraz, Tinderbox Festival, London Olympics, Sir Cliff Richard and BBC TV.
2020 sees the choir releasing their new single ‘I Believe’ on March 24th, with their 10th studio Album release later this year.
Already they have been nominated once again for the Urban Music Awards best gospel act category, and will be ministering across the country and Europe year round. This will include Spring Harvest Holidays in France this August, bringing a Gospel Music Workshop and concert to the guests there at LPO.
James is the founder and director of Prayer Storm and an instrumental figure in the UK for catalysing the Church into deeper levels of intercession. Along with his wife, Rebecca, James and the team have been involved in mobilising strategic prayer for over 10 years.
Come and take time out to be with the Lord, listen to what He has been saying to you so far and receive more from Him as you listen to the beautiful sounds of the flute.
This will be a time of restorative reflection whilst processing what God is fashioning in you. Nicola has been ministering the breath of God through her playing to many believers over the past 20 years. Both through church worship and through BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service programme, Nicola has a ministry of bringing the peace and tranquillity of God into people’s hearts. Come and enjoy this time out together.
Nicola is a highly experienced professional flautist, noted for her creative and innovative playing style and ability to communicate with her audience. As well as having been first flute with the New English Orchestra, she regularly performs on BBC Radio 4 as part of the Daily Service programme and has appeared on Songs of Praise. Her overwhelming passion to use her flute to worship God has formed the basis of her career and she looks forward to sharing some of that at Spring Harvest. Her latest CD ‘God-Breathed’ is now available.
Bob Hartman and band bring you the brilliant, boogie-filled, Rhyming Bible! Fun songs for all the family – join in with singing, actions and dancing. An hour of music and poems from the Rhyming Bible album and book, plus some Bob Hartman classics.
RISE is a not-for-profit professional Christian theatre company with a passion for delivering exciting, original, transformative theatre. RISE works at schools, churches, events and festivals across the UK with the aim of inspiring people of all ages to realise their full God-given potential in life.
Touring from York, Riding Lights Theatre Company is one of the UK’s most productive and long-established independent theatre companies. Using our faith as a springboard, we aim to create unforgettable, entertaining theatre which plays a good news light onto the hopes and fears of the world we share.
A professional Christian theatre company, Riverside are passionate about using the performing arts in dynamic and innovative ways to communicate the Gospel. Inspired by Christ’s love, we seek to serve the community in vibrant, engaging and relevant ways, across schools, theatres, churches, youth-groups, festivals and conferences.
Most recently seen playing Angela in ITV’s The Job Lot; Jo Enright has starred alongside Steve Coogan in I’m Alan Partridge, with Peter Kay in Phoenix Nights and with Warwick Davis in Life’s Too Short. Her unique style of stand-up comedy led her to win the Chortle Award for Best Female Circuit Comic and the Best Female on the Jongleurs Comedy Circuit award.
Sarah is a Pastor at Elim Life Church, in North Birmingham. Sarah leads ELIM Prayer, Elim’s national ministry for prayer. She loves to inspire people to life transforming prayer, prophecy and intercession. She loves to see people released into all God has for them.
Darren is a speaker, worship leader and author. He is passionate about releasing people to use their time and talents to serve the poor in Africa. Mercy Ships operates the world’s largest charity hospital ship and works closely with African nations to leave a lasting legacy: training over 2,000 local medics and renovating hospitals and clinics.
Amy is the Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and the Europe, Middle East, and Africa Director of RZIM. She leads a team of pioneering apologist-evangelists and speaks around the world on how the Christian faith answers the deepest questions of life.
Arianna Walker is an international speaker, an author and the CEO of Mercy UK – a Christian charity committed to educating leaders, equipping individuals and empowering churches. Mercy UK runs free of charge residential homes for young women with life controlling issues, delivers pastoral leadership training days for church leaders and ‘people helpers’ and produces discipleship resources for individuals, church groups and prisons.
Steve and Bekah Legg live in West Sussex where they’ve raised their five girls in what they describe as a glorious, if sometimes complicated, blended family. Bekah is the Associate Pastor at Maybridge Community Church. Steve is the Founding Editor of Sorted magazine and has travelled the world making people laugh, confounding them with his ‘magic’ tricks and introducing them to Jesus.
Lynne is a full time artist who teaches weekly classes, works on diverse commissions in her home studio and loves to paint live and large at events like Spring Harvest! She is often booked by churches to speak or paint at events or to paint something special for a particular space in their buildings. Lynne is based near Andover and welcomes visitors to her workspace.
Martha is an actor, writer and presenter who has written and performed shows for the West End and venues across the UK. She runs the Nimbus Collective which encourages individual creativity to empower the church. Martha is also involved in running and facilitating arts education projects nationally.
At Spring Harvest in 2020 she will be hosting the Big Start at Minehead One and Harrogate, together with Bob Hartman.
Dan is the Hope Youth Director and is on the Senior Leaders & Youth Pastor at Life Church Lancashire. He is passionate about seeing a generation of young people rising up to live fearlessly for Jesus. He also loves music, Burnley FC and coffee.
Joe has become part of the Spring Harvest furniture having hosted many late night shows, the Big Start and worked on youth & children’s teams. He works professionally as a performer, and event and on screen presenter.
Joe is delighted to be hosting the Big Start in Skegness in 2020.
Luke used to work at Spring Harvest as the creative coordinator. He’s worked in numerous creative settings and is now a children’s author and in training for ordination in the Church of England. He’s currently working on The Last Dragonrider, the third book in the Presadia series which he launched at Spring Harvest.
Aukelien is a Dutch psychologist who counsels, speaks and writes on all things Single, Dating and Church. She published ‘Dare to Date’ and ‘Single in Church’ on these topics. Aukelien currently lives in Ashford (Kent) with her husband, who she met while teaching on dating, and two children.
As Director of Advocacy at the Evangelical Alliance, David seeks to give voice to bible-believing Christians in the UK. With a background in political philosophy he has extensive experience of parliament and politics. He oversees Public Policy – representing the voice of evangelicals to government, parliament and the media; and Public Leadership – enhancing the influence of evangelicals in society.
Paul has been Bishop of Durham since 2014, previously Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, and Southampton. He is a member of the House of Lords. He visits Rwanda, Lesotho and Burundi regularly. He represents the bishops in matters affecting children, welfare and refugees.
Kiera is the Director of the Reconciling Leaders Network for the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Recently launching ‘Difference’ – a course for churches to explore the power of faith in a conflicted world. She holds a master in theology and is a regular faith contributor on radio.
The Edi Johnston Bit is a Musical Comedian from Nottingham who takes on the might and power of the world around him through the often maligned genre of Ukulele Hiphop Musical Comedy. A veteran of Glastonbury, Greenbelt, Shambala & Wychwood festivals, Edi has managed to create a bunch of family friendly songs about Ninjas, Gingers, Netflix and Cake – you know, all the usual stuff!
His humour and effervescence fizz on the stage whether it be hosting, performing his own songs, introducing Open Mic artists, telling stories or running games & quizzes – much of which he’s bringing to Spring Harvest this year! An internationally renowned Musical Comic (formerly from The Austin Francis Connection), he has performed at comedy festivals in Nottingham, Derby & Leicester alongside comedians like Andy Kind, Paul Savage, Jon Pearson, Peter Bazely and many others. As seen on Channel 5
Bob is a freelance writer and storyteller who has travelled the world telling stories for over 30 years and is also the author of over 60 books for children. He is married, with two children and five grandchildren.
At Spring Harvest in 2020 he will be hosting the Big Start at Minehead One and Harrogate, together with Martha Shrimpton.
Malcolm leads Dundonald Elim Church in Northern Ireland and chairs Elim’s ethics and public theology task force. He is also an author, lecturer, broadcaster, advocate and government advisor on issues of faith and cohesion.
Dr John Sentamu practised Law in Uganda before coming to the UK in 1974. He was ordained in 1979 and then appointed Bishop for Stepney in 1996, Bishop for Birmingham in 2002 and Archbishop of York in 2005. He is Primate of England and Metropolitan, a member of the House of Lords and a Privy Councillor. Married to Margaret, they have 2 grown-up children and 2 grown-up foster children.
The Archbishop will be speaking at Spring Harvest 2020 in Harrogate.
Top class music & comedy – with lots of new material and an opportunity to sing along with some of the new hymns. Jonathan’s mix of superb singing and riotous anecdotes is enthralling, engaging and inspiring. He draws you in and before long you feel as if he is speaking just to you.
Alison is an experienced paediatric nurse working on a busy unit for children with cancer. In recent years she has enjoyed the challenges of being on a short term mission team to Malawi working amongst the rural communities.
Come and join Duggie Dug Dug (Doug Horley) and his team for an action packed family Praise Party full of high energy action songs, quieter sign language songs and masses of fun! With a fabulous mixture of new songs and family favourites, this is definitely one not to be missed!
Patrick is CEO and co-founder of Kintsugi Hope which came about following a series of personal trials and ill health affecting Patrick and his family. Prior to that, Patrick led urban youth charity, XLP which he also founded in 1996 and ran for 21 years.
Ruth is Church Engagement Director at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge. She studied Genetics at Aberdeen and Edinburgh Universities, and has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Edinburgh University, and for Christians in Science. She is a member of City Church, Cambridge.
Paul is the leader of New Generation Church in south-east London and serves on the leadership team of Pioneer and the Spring Harvest Planning Group. Paul is passionate about the local church and has founded a new free school, Hope Community School, in Sidcup. He is a husband, dad and qualified chef.
Jo is director of communications and membership at the Evangelical Alliance. With over 15 years of local church leadership experience and a background in public communications and campaigning, she teaches and preaches regularly on communications, conflict, whole-life discipleship, mission and leadership.
Christine is a teacher with a passion for sharing the gospel with children and young people. She has set up a school prayer group and has a desire to see prayer spaces used in schools. When she’s not working or organising the family she enjoys catching up with friends, drinking tea, jigsaw puzzles and trips to the cinema. She and her husband Andrew have two daughters and live in East Sussex.
Justin is Theology and Apologetics Editor for Premier Christian Radio and hosts the weekly faith debate show and podcast ‘Unbelievable?’ He is the author of ‘Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I’m still a Christian’ (SPCK).
In the After Hours programme, he will be presenting: “Science, God and other tough questions…”: A theologian, a scientist and a radio host take your questions on life, the universe and everything (with Rev Dr David Wilkinson and David Hutchings).
Anne is associate minister at Stanmore Baptist Church. She is passionate about seeing a mighty move of Jesus’ love through the Church to reach the lost and helping people reach their potential in Him. Anne loves to write and her books ‘Baby Change’ and ‘Unleashed’ will be released in 2020.
Anne is also part of the Spring Harvest Planning Group.
At Minehead One Anne will be speaking in a late morning theme session; at Minehead Two she will be sharing the Bible teaching with Steve Uppal.
Over 4,500 shows, 1.5 million miles, 23 countries and six penalty points. 2019 sees Steve return to Spring Harvest with his one-man show that he has been playing to audiences for the last 31 years. Come and join an evening of family-friendly tricks and laughs. You’ll be glad you did.
Award-winning comedian/writer (Miranda/Top Gear) returns…with a crowd sourced setlist. Want Christmas poetry? American Pible? The shark joke? Tweet @paulkerensa to delve into his ‘Osteopath Argos’ (his back catalogue) – or request bespoke jokes on any subject! Tweet up till showtime, adding #PKSomethingOld or #PKSomethingNew (nothing borrowed, nothing blue…)
Ish has ministered at every Spring Harvest (except 2, due to illness) and nowadays when not at Chichester Cathedral his travelling time is divided into preaching, teaching, evangelistic concerts, Sunday morning all age services and family musical celebrations that he calls ‘Praise Parties’. This is a very interactive, lively, fun event aimed at all ages.
Dot leads Tearfund’s Youth and Emerging Generation team. We believe that a young generation can, together, end extreme poverty. Dot is passionate about seeing young people equipped to bring change in the world. She is a speaker, writer and pursuer of fun!
Ruth and Dave are from Rise Ministries part of Rising Brook Church. They lead children’s work at a number of national events and have been serving the 8-11 age group at Spring Harvest for over 10 years.
Ruth and Dave are from Rise Ministries part of Rising Brook Church. They lead children’s work at a number of national events and have been serving the 8-11 age group at Spring Harvest for over 10 years.
Alongside his wife, Esther, Steve has been the senior leader of the multi-cultural and multi-campus All Nations Church in Wolverhampton since 2001. Steve is also recognised as the Apostolic leader of the growing All Nations Movement.
Sim Dendy is the senior leader of Freedom Church in Romsey, Hampshire. As a church leader for over 20 years, Sim loves to support the local church through investing in leadership and is committed to training, mentoring and releasing leaders for the church all around the world. He is also on the Spring Harvest Planning Group and has just published his first book, Simply Church.