After 25 years of inspiring work, The Message Trust are rolling out their ministries across the UK’s capital to bring real transformation in London’s toughest neighbourhoods. Through a regional Message Hub based in West London, sta ed by Jamie Sewell and Theresa Williams, The Message Trust ministries in London are launching models of community transformation through Eden teams, Creative Mission and Christ Centered Enterprise.


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Hub Leader

Jamie Sewell


The Message Trust
London Hub Office
21 Elkstone Road
Westbourne Park
London W10 5NT

Meet the Team

Jamie Sewell 

At 12 years old Jamie’s family was radically transformed by an encounter with Jesus. As he grew in his new found faith Jamie developed passion to share the gospel. On his 18 birthday he started volunteering in Onley young ofender’s institute where his passion for the most vulnerable in society deepened. After 2 years at Onley Jamie started working for Rugby YFC. Over the next 7 years Jesus moved powerfully in Rugby as they saw hundreds of young people respond to follow Jesus. In March 2011 Jamie and his wife Becci moved to Ladbroke Grove to set up London’s second Eden Team. Nearly 6 years later and Jamie’s conviction to see a Jesus movement in London’s most challenging areas has become all consuming. He’s now leading the Message Hub in West London.

Theresa Williams

Theresa is a trained Graphic Designer who spent the last 5 years working on the print and packaging production worldwide for Electronic Arts Computer Games as well as being part of Eden Ladbroke Grove and living on the Lancaster West Estate. She’s now full time for Message West London managing the development and strategy including branding, marketing, prayer and events. As a Londoner, Theresa’s heart is to see the capital’s toughest communities reached with the good news of Jesus in creative ways.


David Vincent

David is the newest member of the London Hub team, joining as an Eden Network Coach. Born in India, David grew up in Hertfordshire where his parents led a church where faith and prayer was a normal part of his childhood. Now married to Pippa, they live in London with their two children Eleanor (14) and Benedict (13). By being heavily involved in prayer initiatives and events across London, David developed a heart to pray and support those on the frontline of mission and it is through this that he became aware of the Eden Network across London. As the Eden Network Coach he will be training and coaching Eden team leaders and members across the city.

‘I have such a respect for the sacrificial incarnational mission occuring through Eden and pioneer missionary’s, that being able to assist them in this new role is a privilege’


Advance Bootcamp: London

Want to grow in sharing the good news about Jesus Christ, but not sure where to start? Join us between Friday 6 July – Sunday 8 July 2018 on a wild and beautiful farm in Beaconsfield (between London and Oxford)…

Advance Bootcamp: London

Latimer Minster, HP9 2XE
06/07/2018 - 06:00 pm

Want to grow in sharing the good news about Jesus Christ, but not sure where to start? Join us between Friday 6 July – Sunday 8 July 2018 on a wild and beautiful farm in Beaconsfield (between London and Oxford)…

The latest from London

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Eden Bow: Seven Runners for Seven Years

On Sunday 4 March 2018, seven amazing people will be putting on their running shoes to each run a half marathon to raise money for Eden Bow.

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We were second last year and this year we’ve gone one better and come out on top!

Launching Eden Dagenham

Eden have launched their newest team in Dagenham (London) on the Becontree Estate.

Eden Bow: Light in the darkness

Alex (Eden Bow team leader) shares how she has been reflecting on the wonderful truth of John 1:5 – ‘The Light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it’

Eden Gurnell Grove: Silent Witness

The Eden Gurnell Grove team were recently nominated for an award from members of the

Eden Bow: Cheering on Champions

Last year, Eden Bow (London), were able to take their young people to watch the World para-athletics Championships and had an amazing time watching the events and came away feeling inspired. Alex, Eden Bow team leader, shares her experience of…

Eden Bow: Let Your Light Shine

‘The Light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it’ John 1:5 Across the country our Eden teams are hosting different events, parties and meals for their communities throughout the Christmas season. At the beginning of December,…

Being The Message: out now!

Being The Message is the new book from The Message team! Release date: 1 December 2017.

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Eden Bow: celebrating change, even when it’s small

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A day of prayer for London #PrayForLondon

With our friends at London City Mission, we’ve called a day of prayer and fasting for London on Wednesday 21 June

In partnership with London City Mission we’re calling a day of prayer for London: Wednesday 21 June, 12–9pm, Kensington Temple, London W11 3BY #PrayForLondon

Five ways to pray for the community around Grenfell Tower

Please pray for the community affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Here are five ways you can direct your prayers