Our vision: to see our generation captivated by God and impacting culture.  



Our vision: to see our generation captivated by God and impacting culture.  


Shift began in 2011 as an idea, stirring within the hearts of a small group of University students. The dream was to inspire their Christian friends to take the hope of Jesus into every part of society and transform culture. They gathered on New Years Eve in 2012 to pray and worship and Shift began.

Since then, we've grown in many ways but our heart hasn't changed. Our vision still remains,

'to see our generation captivated by God and impacting culture.' 

Our mission is therefore to serve the church by inspiring, challenging and equipping those in their 20s and 30s in the areas of: Prayer, Evangelism, Discipleship and Giving. We do this through events and initiatives, but as we grow we look to develop resources too.

Check out some of our events and if you feel compelled to support this movement you can do so here


  • Caleb Meakins, Co-Founder and Chairman

  • Precious Omoregie, Co-Founder and Trustee (Operations), Partnerships at Sony Music Entertainment

  • Andrew Simmons, Trustee (Treasurer), Director at JC Rathbone Associates

  • Mia Skelly, Trustee (Prayer), NHS Nurse

  • Robert Colvin, Trustee (Legal), Associate at Freshfields


  • Revd Lyndon Bowring, Executive Chairman of CARE

  • Revd Archie Coates, Vicar of St Peter's Brighton

  • Rachel Gardner, Founder of Romance Academy

  • Jasper Rutherford, Head of Summer Madness and Catalyst, Church Army

  • Mike Horne, Founding Partner at ASHA

  • Revd Tom Jackson, CEO of Resurgo Ventures

  • Revd Keir Shreeves, Clergy at St Peter's Brighton


We have worked with some fantastic organisations over the past few years, becoming great friends with many of them. Some we have had more formal partnerships with like Tearfund, and others we've been supported by less formally, but who without them we wouldn't be here today, like Fusion. 

Check out these fantastic organisations that we are grateful for: