About Us

The National Day of Prayer and Worship was a call to Unity, Prayer and Transformation across the British Isles. The Tour took Dr J Oloyede and Team across many villages, towns and cities. Wembley stadium witnessed the largest unity Prayer event in a generation. Thousands of people were commissioned to be change agents.

Meet the Team

Dr. Jonathan Oloyede
Founder & CEO

Born in Britain but bred in Nigeria, Dr. Oloyede is a medical doctor by profession but serves as a full-time apostolic missionary to the United Kingdom and Europe. In 1991 while on a three-month holiday in London, he responded to the call to Europe. He was subsequently ordained into Pastoral Ministry in 1993 and has served full-time for 28 years.

Jonathan’s overriding passion is to raise a global network of One Million Disciples of Christ across the continents and nations and to see the Vision of Jesus fulfilled through the Great Commission and Great Commandments to Love God and all people. Dr. Jonathan is the leader of City Chapel and the Convener of the National Day of Prayer UK which saw hundreds of thousands pray across multiple locations and stadiums across our family of nations.

Jonathan is blissfully married to Abbiih and lives in Kent with his two children. 

Carl Brettle
Director of Strategy and Implementation

With 30 years full time service in Christian Ministry, extensive missions work (over 220 trips to 45 countries), Carl has worked on over 300 projects including 1 Million Hours of Prayer for Wales, Prayer Week, Sporting Marvels, Prayer Magazine, Looking for God, 100m and The Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer. Between 2008 and 2015 Carl served UCB initially as Prayer Coordinator, then Ministry Director, and feeling that season had come to a close, Operations Director.  

Now living back in his home country of Wales, Carl is working on fewer projects to focus on National Day of Prayer & Worship and Neighbourhood Prayer Network.

Adam May
Director of Communications and Engagement

Adam is a Ministry Development Consultant, with over 15 years of experience liaising with a range of media outlets and speaking as a social affairs commentator in his own right. 

In the past, Adam has worked for a national Christian charity as its Development Director and served on a strategic working group advising the Government on issues of faith engagement.

Adam is passionate about prayer as well as seeing Christian organisations not simply responding to the news, but making it with great news stories!  Adam lives in a small village in Bedfordshire with his wife, Becky, and two children. When Adam is alone at home, he enjoys singing loudly in the shower!
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