Ian Nicholson

Ian Nicholson has a background as a missionary, particularly in serving the church in Eastern Europe through the Communist era. On returning to the UK Ian led a church and helped lead many cooperative and united church initiatives in Guildford. Alongside that he launched a community charity, The Matrix Trust, which is still growing 20 years later.

Ian was at the heart of the 24-7 Prayer movement when it began in 1999 and returned to his roots as a mission mobilizer and the 24-7 European Director – travelling extensively in Europe and the Middle East to encourage and support younger leaders. Alongside this he led the team which planted the Guildford Boiler Room, a 24-7 Prayer community which is now Emmaus Road Church. Ian now serves as a 24-7 Prayer Ambassador and has also been the Chaplain of his beloved Woking Football Club for over 13 years. Ian is married to Jackie, a nurse, and they have 3 children and are excited to soon be grandparents.

Ian Nicholson is not due to speak in the coming programme. But we're sure there'll be someone else you'd like instead! Or you can just book for a getaway.

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