Following Movement Day Doncaster in June 2018, and the subsequent launch of their book “Are We Brave Enough?” in January 2019, Ian & Alyson stepped aside from the leadership of One Heart One Voice to form Catalyst. The vision of Catalyst is to be a stimulus for unity across the entire spectrum of place leadership. Be it Church, Commercial, Civic or Community, Catalyst creates contexts for connections, growth and transformation. You can find out more about Catalyst at https://oneinleadership.mn.co


One Heart One Voice has been a key part of the GATHER Network for over 7 years. GATHER exists to support over 130 expressions of unity across the country in cities and towns. GATHER connected with Movement Day in New York five years ago, and found that God was doing the same work of growing unity movements all over the world.

In October 2016, leaders from across the world gathered for three powerful days of connection, celebration, education, and inspiration in the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City for Movement Day Global CitiesOne Heart One Voice was privileged to be part of a UK group of over 100 leaders, sending a team of 7 (5 of whom were millennial leaders) to this amazing event. We prayed, cried, laughed, and challenged one another, but ultimately came away humbled, energized, and inspired to work together to see change in our city.

Movement Day UK was subsequently held in October 2017 in London, with a team from One Heart One Voice attending and helping lead the event which drew over 1000 leaders across the UK.

Movement Day Doncaster is about continuing the conversation we started in New York, growing the global relationships we began with the New York City Leadership team, and encouraging Commercial, Church, Civic, and Community leaders in Doncaster to jump on board. Movement Day Doncaster is the very first of several city based Movement Days to held in the UK over the next 3 years.


It’s a fact that everything rises or falls on leadership. Whether in a small organisation, or an entire city, leadership sets the culture. Get leadership right and everything else follows. Quite simply we have three aims:

We celebrated unity as one church in Doncaster;
It’s been 20 yeas since One Heart One Voice  was birthed, and we want to join with the whole church in celebrating this together.

We connected those in strategic leadership across Doncaster;
By joining the dots between leaders, we can help to affect powerful change across Doncaster.

We created a conversation that will continue into the future;
Relationships are foundational to all we hope to achieve together, by building connections we can maintain momentum.

If we are to have the biggest impact in our place, we need to ensure that we focus on the areas where the shape of our place is being formed, and the narrative is being written. Church, Commercial, Civic, and Community; each of these leadership quarters contributes to influencing people and places.



On Saturday 2nd May 1998 a small group of ministers in Doncaster met together and committed themselves to pray regularly for the town. Initially the group consisted of just 8 ministers from 8 churches, and 5 denominations. On Wednesday 13th May 1998 at 7.00am the group met for the first time to pray for Doncaster. That group grew, and became known as the Doncaster Ministers Prayer Fellowship, which continues to meet and pray together.

The Doncaster Ministers Prayer Fellowship still operates as the core management group of One Heart One Voice, and includes other local influential relationships, that extend beyond the weekly gathering. This foundation of prayer and relationships has been the key to all that One Heart One Voice has achieved in Doncaster.