About Jubilee+

J+ Vision

We want to see churches that change the lives of those in poverty in their communities.

This is a big vision. It is based on our belief that poverty and justice are vital concerns to Jesus – as demonstrated through His life, where He poured out His time, energy, attention and concern predominantly towards the oppressed, vulnerable and marginalised.

We believe that local churches and individual Christians should be mercy-bringers in their communities, especially to those who are trapped in poverty or by injustice. Our vision goes beyond seeing individual lives transformed (as important as that is) to seeing people raised up out of poverty and empowered to lift others out too. Our conviction is that when churches play their part in alleviating the poverty and injustice around them, entire neighbourhoods and communities can be strengthened so that our society as a whole is healthier.

Jubilee+ Theory of Change

Meet the team

The Jubilee+ team includes staff, volunteers, trustees and interns. We are committed to equipping churches across the UK to change the lives of those in poverty in their communities.

The Jubilee+ directors/trustees are Graham Anns, Andy Biggs, Martin Charlesworth, John Evans, Andy McWilliam, Kate Welch and Natalie Williams.

Jubilee+ Annual Review