- TRACY - 

Tracy has worked as a chaplain in prison ministry for the past nine years, and currently works in three women’s prisons; delivering Bible studies, pastoral support and prayer, and delivers all our various courses as well as some Sunday services.

Tracy has been a Christian since the age of 15, and has served in many varying roles within the Church over the years as well as having been a Street Pastor for eight years.

Tracy has a passion to see women from all walks of life, learn their true identity and live out their unique purpose. She attends her local Church.  She is married to John, has twin daughters and four gorgeous grandsons, enjoys the outdoors, cinema and spending time with friends and family.




- TINA -

Tina is a registered and accredited counsellor with over ten years counselling experience of working in the NHS and charitable sector.  More recently Tina has qualified as a counselling supervisor and couples therapist.

Tina is interested in the relationship that individuals have with themselves and how they might break free of detrimental perceptions and behaviours that impede their ability to live the life they want to live.

Tina is based in Kent and enjoys walking, reading and spending time with family and friends.



Wendy was for many years a residential manager of university halls of residence, giving pastoral support to undergraduates, before becoming a charity secretary and a business manager of a community hub for national and local charities in South London.

Wendy believes in the grace of a second chance and the power to change a life through a personal relationship with Christ.

Having lived in Greater London for most of her life, Wendy, who has four adult children, has moved to the Cotswolds, where she is enjoying the fresh air and exploring fresh ministries.


- JO -

Jo has been involved in prison ministry for over 10 years, starting as a Chaplaincy volunteer whilst studying Theology at university, which led her to go on to complete a Masters in Criminal Justice and Criminology and then ending up managing a project supporting young women in prison and the community. 

Jo believes that God loves all people equally, no matter what they've done and that everyone has goodness in them, they sometimes just need the right opportunity for it to be seen.

Jo is based in London, which has been her home for the last 9 years. Her greatest loves in life are music, books, films and her friends and family.

- RIK -

Rik is a semi-retired minister in The Salvation Army. Over the past 30 plus years, he has held church appointments in Devon, Dublin and Hampshire; youth and training college roles in London; international emergency  disaster and training role  work worldwide. He has been leader of The Salvation Army in the island of Ireland and also held the post of President of The Irish Council of Churches during this period. During his early ministry, amongst many related and varied activities, he also spent time as a part-time prison chaplain. 

Having spent his early years in the Royal Navy, it was coming to faith in his mid-thirties, whilst heading up a company in the midlands, that Rik was convicted and convinced of the life saving and changing power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: for everyone. He retains his evangelical passion after almost 40 years of ministry. A graduate of William Booth College and Trinity College, Dublin, Rik also holds post graduate degrees from Oxford and Greenwich.

He has been  married to Chris for 48 years and they have a daughter and son, also in ministry and are blessed to have four grandchildren. Rik and Chris live, work and worship in south London.




Sally is now working two days a week for the charity which she is loving.  She has a heart for women who need to know their true identity, not just what the world has told them.  She is always amazed at how strong and caring women can be – women are amazing, made with gifts and talents just waiting to be seen.

Sally is a part time student and lives in Kent. 

She is renovating her house and loves DIY and making home.



Lyndsay has a background in music and teaching and is very involved in her local Church. She spends a lot of time coming alongside others, building relationships and offering pastoral support and discipleship. She is also part of the Creative Team and regularly leads worship, which she loves.

Her life was transformed when she encountered Jesus and she is now passionate about everyone experiencing the love of God. Her desire is for women to know who they truly are in Christ, and for them to walk in the freedom that brings. 

Some of her favourite things to do include spending time with her friends and family, she is always listening to music or reading a good book and loves walks, travelling, and exploring new places and meeting new people!





Caroline encountered God midlife in 2011 and he gave her a heart to come alongside 'women in broken relationships.' Caroline's desire is to see women step into their true identity as daughters of God, restored to their rightful place.  Caroline supports survivors of sexual abuse, she also has a background in marketing and interpersonal skills training.

She loves being a mum and can be found relaxing outdoors - walking, kayaking and climbing. Caroline loves writing and is a passionate prayer warrior.  Every life is worth fighting for. 



Christine is a therapy assistant in the NHS, working with children with physical and learning disabilities.

Christine has been a Christian since she was 12. Her passion to advocate for the marginalised and disadvantaged has taken her on several mission trips to Mozambique, to the States where she volunteered with Christian housing charity, Habitat for Humanity and to do voluntary work with the homeless for 7 years.

Christine has 2 lovely sons and likes any excuse for a walk!



Chloe has worked with youth charities over the years including teaching outdoor pursuits to youth at The Princes Trust and Care for the Family.

Chloe has been a Christian since the age of 17 and since then volunteered for the things she is passionate about including women in prison.

She lives in Kent and is a part of a local church where she loves building relationships with people and seeing people find freedom in Christ.

She loves doing sports, writing, listening to music and travelling. 


Christina grew up in a Christian home and cannot remember a time when she didn’t love God. She attends her local Church where she is on the Connections Team. 

She is passionate about being the voice of the voiceless and trying to make the life of ‘the one’ better.

She loves spending quality time with family and friends and believe that laughter cures most of life’s ills.


- LIZ -

Liz has worked as a nurse and community midwife and previously lectured in child and adolescent development at a local college.

She has adapted to life's twists and turns and has home schooled her three children at times. In addition, she has built her own house which she now operates as a busy guest house.

She loves travelling and socialising, gardening, sport and walking the family dogs.

Liz has been a Christian since the age of 13 and attends her local Church where she is on the Connections Team.

Liz understands that life doesn't always go according to plan and feels she can offer an ear, a lending hand or a prayer for change.



Sharon is an Occupational Therapist  working  in the community with children who have physical and/or learning disabilities.

Sharon has been a Christian since her teenage years and is part of a local church where she is currently involved in children's work. Inspired by her faith, Sharon is committed to helping  the poor and vulnerable in any way she can. This has included working with the homeless in the UK and a trip to Uganda to work with disabled children from the poorest communities.

Sharon has 2 teenage children and enjoys socialising, reading and walking the dog!


Matt is the Sales Director of a Recruitment Agency.

Matt didn’t grow up in a Christian household, his childhood was abusive and full of struggles which caused him to battle with different addictions. In 2013 he attended church for the first time. Even though he had been sober and clean for several years he describes “Being in a walking prison of guilt, shame and remorse." A Christian friend had spent over 12 years inviting him to church, and one day he accepted. Although initially cynical he began attending church and a few weeks after, he had a life changing encounter with Jesus and for the first time in his life “felt at peace”.

He has been utterly transformed by knowing Christ and is passionate about bringing that same hope to the poor, disenfranchised and those that walk in the same prison that he did.

In his spare time he is a big gym goer and devoted husband.