Michelle, together with her husband Peter, is a founding member of the Sion Catholic Community for Evangelism and has been involved in full-time ministry for over 30 years. She is a widely travelled preacher, teacher and evangelist. Michelle has a lot of leadership experience and is deeply committed to raising up the next generations of leaders in the CCR and in the Church. She was chair of the National Service Committee in England for 10 years, served as President of ICCRS (International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services) based in the Vatican from 2006-2017.  She was a member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity for 8 years. In 2016 Michelle was personally appointed by Pope Francis to work on establishing CHARIS  the new international service of CCR.

Daniella born and raised in Manchester is the second youngest of seven children. She is a graduate of the Maryvale Institute Birmingham with a First Class (Hons) Ecclesiastical Bachelor of Divinity and has worked in various roles within the Church including Youth Ministry Leadership and Administration. For the past four years, Daniella has been formed in speaking, healing and music ministry as a member of the Prince of Peace Community, Liverpool. For much of this time, she was mentored by Myles Dempsey (RIP) Founder of the Prince of Peace Community and the New Dawn Conference. She is passionate about spreading the Faith and has spoken at both national and international conferences, prayer groups and events.

“Born in London but grew up in Galway, Ireland. While leading a turbulent lifestyle a number of personal tragedies hit that made me evaluate everything I was living for. An encounter with God transformed my life and set me on a new path.”

Niall McDonagh is a qualified teacher, counsellor and psychotherapist, and a former Seminarian with the Archdiocese of New York. He has worked as a Guidance Counsellor in Tallaght Community School, Dublin and has worked closely with Mother Theresa’s congregation the Missionaries of Charity. His work with the homeless, drug addicts, prisoners and street children has taken him on various missions around the world.

Damian Stayne is the founder of Cor et Lumen Christi Community and the author of the very successful Charism School, teaching people around the world how to be open to the spiritual gifts. He has a remarkable gift of physical healing miracles, seeing thousands healed through his ministry. He also has many years’ experience ministering in inner healing deliverance and guiding people in their spiritual journey towards God. He is a very gifted teacher and preacher.

Gary and his wife Joanne have seven children and six grandchildren. At the age of 25 Gary encountered the love of God the Father in a deeper way through his late brother-in-law Chris McGuiness. Consequently, Gary was Baptised in the Holy Spirit and became involved in Evangelisation and teaching the Catholic Faith. He spent 5 years in Australia working for the late Bishop Joe Grech as the National Coordinator of the Melbourne School of Evangelisation, delivering Evangelisation Programmes across Melbourne and other parts of Australia. Gary returned to England in 2007, beginning his relationship with Myles Dempsey and the Prince of Peace Community, Liverpool. On the memorial of St. Philip Neri (26th May 2018) after many months of prayer, discernment and discussion, Myles formally appointed Gary to be his successor and leader of the Prince of Peace Community and the New Dawn Conference.