The church is currently led by its trustees, Peter Braybrook, Mark Jones and Sam Gibson.
Peter Braybrook is the Chair of the Jubilee Church Banbury Trust and oversees teaching and preaching.
Peter and his wife, Fran, have seven adult children. They followed the call of God to move to Banbury in 2003 with two of their sons on their narrowboat Sonflower, to join Jubilee Church. Peter is a retired engineer who has served the church and community in various ways as a teacher, preacher, small group leader, trustee, school governor, mentor, children's worker, watercolour painter, employer, carer and friend. He and Fran are Waterways Chaplains.
"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men " (Colossians 3 v 23).
Mark Jones is the Jubilee Church Trust Finance Officer and oversees worship.
Mark received God’s call to join Jubilee Church in 2008, when he moved to Banbury, from Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. Mark had been a member of The Salvation Army for 25 years, serving as a Sunday school teacher, youth leader, administrator, pianist, bandmaster and singing group leader. He has a BA in music and enjoys playing the piano and clarinet.
Over the years, Mark has worked as a private music teacher, service engineer and customer advisor. He is now an approved Personal Assistant and Support Worker with vulnerable adults, which he describes as being “the most rewarding job in the world!” he is passionate about hill walking and walked from John O’Groats to Lands End in 2006 to raise funds for The Salvation Army’s work in Brazil.
Sam Gibson is the Jubilee Church Trust Secretary and oversees safeguarding and administration.
Sam lives with her husband Mike, their artsy creative-writing teenager, two snakes, a lizard and a tarantula called Nancy. She came to God as a teenager in Brighton before heading to Sheffield where she gained a degree in Biblical Studies and met Mike. she then worked as an Editorial Assistant for the Baptist Missionary Society and joined Jubilee Church in 2003.
A series of opportunities then opened leading Sam to discover a passion for supporting children with additional needs. She is now Assistant SENDCo at a mainstream Primary School, specialising in supporting children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties and Speech, Language & Communication Needs.