Leadership Teams

International Leadership Team

Pete Greig - Team Leader

Pete is one of the founding champions of the 24-7 prayer movement. He is the author of a number of books and serves as Director of Prayer for Alpha International. Pete leads Emmaus Rd, a growing Boiler Room community in Guildford UK, where he lives with his wife Sammy, their two sons, and Noodle the Labradoodle. (Find out more about Pete on his page)

Carla Harding - International Prayer Team

Carla recieved her calling in the very first Prayer Room and has been involved in the 24-7 Prayer movement ever since. She now heads up the International Prayer Team that resources and supports groups praying all over the world. Carla lives in Chichester, UK, with her husband Steve and their son Jackson. 

Roger Ellis - Academy

Roger is an author, church planter and fish farmer. He, along with his wife Maggie, founded Revelation Church in Chichester, which hosted the very first 24-7 Prayer Room as well as pioneering the student movement Fusion. Roger now heads up the 24-7 Academy, training young leaders around the world.

Terri Roberts - Operations

Terri currently wears the Operations Director hat for 24-7 Prayer International. Her first taste of 24-7 Prayer was working at the Reading Boiler Room, involved with everything from spreadsheets to bed sheets!  She joined the Boiler Room Management Team and subsequently became a Trustee for 24-7 Prayer.  Terri lives on the edge of the fens, near Cambridge in the UK.

Brian Heasley - Justice

Brian is the International Justice Director as well as serving as National Director for 24-7 in Great Britain. Brian took over the roles after spending 8 years heading up 24-7's mission work in Ibiza. He now lives in Norfolk, UK, with his wife Tracy and their two sons. 

Ian Nicholson - Europe

Ian has been a missionary, Bible smuggler, TV salesman, church leader, youth worker and founder of a local community charity. Currently he is European Director of 24-7 Prayer and Chaplain to Woking Football Club.

Wendy Andrews - Asia

Wendy comes from the Kansas City Boiler Room where, for many years, she served that church family and helped grow the 24-7 USA movement. Wendy has now relocated to Hong Kong where she looks after 24-7's work in Asia; dreaming with God about families of prayer and worship touching the continent.

 

Etienne Piek - Africa

Etienne lives in South Africa with his wife Wilma and their two children. Etienne has travelled extensively and used to serve as the International Coordinator for the Global Day of Prayer - resulting in Etienne having friends in almost every country on the planet. Etienne now heads up a radio station in his hometown of South Africa.

Joe Steinke - USA

Joe is based at the Kansas City Boiler Room with his wife Angela. Joe is a teacher, father, discipleship pioneer. Joe nurtures new faith communities through leadership development across the US and internationally. 

Chris Jones - Canada

Chris is a project manager working in the Construction and Design industries who also heads up the 24-7 Prayer team in Canada. He lives in Niagara on the Lake, decribed as the prettiest village in Canada. He is married to Katherine and they have five children.

Pete Ward - Finances

Pete has spent the last 15 years of his life learning more about the journey of prayer. He was one of the founders of the Reading Boiler Room, and has been involved in 24-7 Prayer since the early days of the movement. Before being dramatically called to come and help 24-7 in the area of Operations, Pete worked for 10 years in the IT industry in the UK’s version of Silicon Valley.

Adam Heather - Communications

Adam keeps 24-7 Prayer talking to the world as Head of Communcations. Adam got caught up in the 24-7 movement after spending a year studying with a church in California. He lives in Guildford, UK, where he is part of Emmaus Road Community Church.

International Board

Jeremy Jennings - Chair

Jeremy was on staff at Holy Trinity Brompton for 25 years as Director of Finance and then Director of Prayer. Under his leadership, the corporate prayer in the church grew significantly before he handed on to Pete Greig. Jeremy is 24-7 Prayer's Chairman of Trustees, as well as being a trustee for several other charities.

Jani Rubery

Jani is an organisational psychologist who specialises in leadership and spiritual development. She divides her time between being wife/mother/grandmother, executive coach and mentor. Jani is a member of the Salavation Army.  Although American she lives in the UK with her Welsh husband Clive and chocolate Labrador Mocha.  She is a trustee of 24-7 Prayer.

Hanneli Rupert-Koegelenberg

Hanneli is a classical concert singer and a  business woman. She has a great passion for the Lord and, as she is blessed, she wants to be a blessing for others. She is the founder of the HRG trust which supports ministries involved in prayer, missions and education. Hanneli lives with her husband, Hein Koegelenberg in the Paarl-Franschhoek valley, South Africa.

Pete Greig

Pete is one of the founding champions of the 24-7 prayer movement. He is the author of a number of books and serves as Director of Prayer for Alpha International. Pete leads Emmaus Rd, a growing Boiler Room community in Guildford UK, where he lives with his wife Sammy, their two sons, and Noodle the Labradoodle. (Find out more about Pete on his page)

Ian Nicholson

Ian has been a missionary, Bible smuggler, TV salesman, church leader, youth worker and founder of a local community charity. Currently he is European Director of 24-7 Prayer and Chaplain to Woking Football Club.

Adrian Eagleson

Adrian is married to Jenny & has two energetic boys Jonny (13) and Josh (10). He is a Director in TOWARD LTD, a leadership consultancy focusing on building psychological capital. Adrian has been involved with 24-7 since its formation and was previously National Director for 24-7 Ireland. He is currently working with his local church, Christian Fellowship Church, Belfast in establishing a 24-7 Prayer House.

Legal Accountability

The movement was born in the United Kingdom and therefore the international Charity is legally registered in that nation (Company No. 04176643, Charity No. 1091413). In compliance with UK charity law 24-7 Prayer UK & International has a team ofTrustees who accept ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of a charity, and ensuring that it is solvent, well-run, and delivering the charitable outcomes for the benefit of the public for which it has been set up. Specifically in the "advancement of the Christian faith in the United Kingdom and overseas particularly within youth culture".