Newfrontiers in the UK

The leaders working into the UK are:

Colin Baron

Colin Baron is a prolific church planter with a gift for identifying and developing young leaders. He is the senior…

David Devenish

Newfrontiers Together Team

David is based in Bedford, UK and is an elder at Woodside Church.  He is married to Scilla; they have…

David Holden

New Ground

Dave Holden leads New Ground and is an elder at New Community Church, SE London, UK. Dave is married to…

Guy Miller


Guy is the apostolic leader of Commission and is based at Westminster Chapel in London. Guy is married to Heather…

Jeremy Simpkins


Jeremy is married to Ann and they have been involved in leading Newfrontiers churches for over 25 years, including Hastings…

Mike Betts

Relational Mission

Mike is married to Sue and they have a married son. Mike and Sue were born and brought up in Lowestoft,…

PJ Smyth


PJ leads the Advance movement of churches, that plants and strengthens churches around the world, currently working into five continents….

Steve Oliver

Regions Beyond

Having planted and led churches in the central parts of South Africa, Steven and Heather relocated to Dubai, United Arab…

Steve Tibbert

Steve Tibbert leads King’s Church London, which has sites in Catford, Downham, Lee and Beckenham.  Over the past twenty years…

Steve van Rhyn


Stephen is the lead elder of Jubilee Community Church. Jubilee is a multi-racial and multi-site church based in Cape Town….


Newday is a major youth camping event that takes place every summer over about six days. Aimed at 12-19 year olds, it involves worship, teaching and seminars from a range of leaders from Newfrontiers and other church networks. Alongside this there are cafes, activities, sports, and opportunities to go out into the community and share the gospel with those living near the campground.

Newday is consistently attracting over 6,000 young people each year (plus their youth leaders and a veritable army of volunteers serving on the sports, cleaning, catering, set-up, administration…and many more…teams), and sees hundreds report physical healings and thousands make first time or fresh commitments to following Jesus.

For more information, including how to bring your youth group to the event, visit:


The Jubilee+ vision is to see the Church in the UK be a champion of the poor and a means to healthy communities across the nation.

This is a big vision. It’s based on the fact that we believe we serve a big God whose heart is (and has always been) especially inclined towards the poor. We also believe that His Church has a responsibility not only to care for and empower those in need, but also to speak up on behalf of the voiceless.

Our vision goes beyond seeing individual lives transformed – as important as that is – to seeing entire neighbourhoods and communities strengthened so that our society as a whole is healthier. Our conviction is that when churches are at the heart of social action, social justice and social enterprise, society flourishes.