Leaders

Our Four Elders and their wives

Tope Koleoso is the lead pastor of Jubilee Church. In 1995 he moved to Enfield to help plant Jubilee. From 2004, Tope has led the team of elders. He is responsible for preaching and vision. Tope is also involved in planting and supporting other churches internationally.

Tope’s wife Kemi, helps lead the church’s Youth Work. They have two teenage boys of their own. You can interact with Tope on Twitter or email him at [email protected]

David Pask is the pastor responsible for the day-to-day spiritual leadership of Jubilee Church. He joined the church in 1998.

David’s wife Catherine, leads the 3-4s children’s group. They have two young daughters.

You can interact with David on Twitter or email him at [email protected].


Stuart Emsley is the pastor who is responsible for the church’s media work and also many of the practical aspects of the day-to-day running of Jubilee Church. He has been a member of the church since it began in 1994. Stuart also oversees a number of small groups.

Stuart’s wife, Vicky leads the church’s children’s work. They have three children of their own.

You can interact with Stuart on Twitter or email him at [email protected].

Chris Ebechidi is the pastor responsible for overseeing all of Jubilee’s small groups, and leads the church’s pastoral care. Chris is married to Flora and they were among the first new members of Jubilee after the church moved to Cineworld in 2005. You can email him at [email protected].

Other Leaders

Rob Bennett and Adrian Warnock serve under the four elders, and with the eldership make up the core leadership team. Rob acts as an older pastoral figure for the Student and 20s group and oversees its leader. Adrian oversees some small groups, and writes a blog at adrianwarnock.com.

Jubilee is also served by a wider group of leaders, both men and women, with various roles in the church, and this team is directed by the team of four pastors. We have a number of Small Group leaders who play a vital role in providing pastoral care. It is in small groups that our future leaders are identified and trained.