We have a Steering Group and Council of Reference to guide the vision for 24-7 Prayer in Chelmsford. The members are:
David Gilbey – Founder and Leader. Since 1980 a member of Life Church, (Elim Pentecostal), in the centre of the City. A retired police constable and a former Branch Leader of the Christian Police Association in Essex and until 2015 co-leader of Chelmsford’s Healing on the Streets (HOTS) Team. Presently David is also on the committee of Chelmsford’s Church @ Car Boot Sale and regionally and nationally is involved in a vision, ‘Call the Nation to Prayer’.
Rev Canon Andy Griffiths – was Vicar at St Michael and All Angels Galleywood, Chelmsford for twelve years. Since September 2017 he is now coordinator of Curate Training for the Diocese of Chelmsford and advising on Continuing Ministerial Development.
Peter Balls – Senior Pastor of Chelmsford Community Church (CCC), Melbourne since 1999, but has been pivotal in driving prayer gatherings and initiatives for transformation and renewal in Chelmsford for over 30 years.
Sue Gibson – part of the leadership at Skylark Church, Chelmsford and part-time prayer pastor over the network of their churches. Sue also headed up a small prayer group, the Chelmsford Prayer Network, which formed from the Olympics in 2012, and which has now evolved into Chelmsford 24-7 Prayer Support Team. Sue is also a member of the committee of Christians Together in Chelmsford (CTiC).
Mike Shelbourne – accredited as a preacher by the Methodist Church, Mike has been spreading the Gospel message to churches of many denominations in Chelmsford and surrounding area for over 35 years. He also heads up a well-regarded week-day interdenominational gathering called Celebrate.
Rev Sandy Southee – currently leads the prayer ministry team at St. Mary’s, Great Baddow, Chelmsford, where until her retirement she was Associate Minister and also Hospital Chaplain at Mid-Essex Hospitals Trust. She has been involved in intercessory prayer for many years and also spiritual direction in the Chelmsford Diocese.