Helen Da Costa
Helen has just moved to London from Manchester, where she was heavily involved for ten years in various prayer movements, and helped set up a 24-7 Prayer Room. She’s Head of Marketing for a charity doing some fantastic work in Uganda, and is excited about seeing what God has in store for her in the capital.
Having spent his first eighteen years growing up in Lancashire, Mark moved to London for university, and has been in love with the city ever since. A fascination with how history shapes spirituality are what he brings to the team, plus a belief that Noel Gallagher is the best songwriter ever. Bar possibly Matt Redman. When not blogging about or leading prayer walks around London, Mark does spiritual leadership training with One Rock, and supports Liverpool F.C.
A passion for all things connected with God, prayer, church and mission best describe Cathy. Plus a love for chatting with friends, listening to music, camping out at festivals, and watching her beloved Spurs. She works part time at Tariro Cafe in Morden, volunteers for Third Space Ministries, leads worship at Christ Church Anerley, and her father is actually called Robert de Bruce!
David has been involved in London prayer and intercession circles for two decades. He currently runs the London Prayer Room, and tweets under that name with prayers and prayer requests for the city. You can follow his tweets @LDN_Prayer_Room, and also access them on our blog and events pages.
Norman grew up in the South London suburbs; his father was London born and bred and his mother a pure maiden of Kent. He currently runs prayer bus tours, and has been involved in many aspects of Church leadership and mission as well as a wide variety of prayer initiatives. Norman also owns and operates the Home Front Bus, a mobile museum that visits schools and events teaching about life during WW2. He is married to Angela and they have three children. He enjoys old British movies, moderate walks and supports Arsenal FC.
Jacqueline is an award-winning playwright, a published author, a project and event strategist, and a radio producer. She runs an events company that helps churches, charities and businesses in delivering their projects and visions across London. She is currently founder, producer, director and writer of two hugely successful radio shows with Colourful Radio, namely ‘Barking Mad’ which is a modern day comi-drama and ‘Jabber Talk’, an interview based show where Jacqueline is also the presenter and host.