Kingdom Vision is a charitable Company funded by donations. We are not a church but created for the church – in all its varying sizes, shapes and denominations. Our Statement of Beliefs is based on the Nicene Creed, as used by most Christian churches, with an added emphasis on the unity and preciousness of the church.
Our main output is the Kingdom Vision website, which was shortlisted for the 2012 Christian New Media Accessibility Award.
Kingdom Vision Team
In order to live out our vision for unity, the Kingdom Vision Team comprises of an Editor and Trustees, (those who oversee Kingdom Vision, pray for and advise on direction), from different churches in Cornwall.
Aliza G Dayton is the newest member of the team, joining Kingdom Vision as Events Editor in May 2014. Recently completing a Master’s degree in Professional Writing from Falmouth University, specializing in the novel, she has also written collaboratively for radio and poetry for an interactive exhibition at Trebah Gardens. With a real passion for people and community, she has worked as a Youth Worker and carer and now volunteers as part of the core team for Family Time and B:Beautiful in Falmouth. Exploring her own ministry, Aliza is passionate about connecting and inspiring people through faith, to be who they were born to be.
Tracey Dockree is the Founder of Kingdom Vision. She felt called to produce a magazine for Christians in Cornwall in 2008, but with no training or expertise in this area dismissed it as fanciful daydreaming. God was very persistent and one night in February 2010 she sat down at the computer and Kingdom Vision was born. Tracey committed to be a follower of Christ in 2002 and her life has been transformed ever since. God has bestowed on her “the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair.” (Isaiah 61:3) She has discovered firsthand that God honours His promises in the bible, that He is trustworthy, faithful, always there and nothing is impossible for Him. He is life and He brings life to all who trust in Him. Tracey worships God in every church and on every street, in her kitchen and on the train. She is part of the Open Heaven family, but also wife to Paul and mother to Roy, Stephen and Cara. Currently a Fashion Design Undergraduate at Falmouth University, her calling is to bring the Kingdom of God into the Fashion World. She has seen the Kingdom of God demonstrated in Truro as founder of the Truro Healing on the Streets team and as a Street Pastor.
Lizzie Pridmore has been involved with Kingdom Vision since October 2010 and became a Trustee in 2014. As a song-writer and fiddle player, she loves to meet God through music as well as exploring other ways to worship. Currently at Truro Vineyard but with roots in the Anglican and Baptist traditions, Lizzie is particularly inspired by Kingdom Vision’s work in bringing together Christians from different denominations to worship and celebrate God in unity.
Judy Pyke became a trustee shortly after Kingdom Vision was launched in 2010. Judy became a Christian in her early teens and has been both blessed and challenged in her walk with the Lord ever since! She spent most of her working life as paediatric physiotherapist, mainly in Devon and Cornwall but also in Jerusalem in 1969/70. She is now retired and consequently busier than ever! She is married to David and though they have no children of their own they were foster parents to two children for a while and have been able to maintain good contact with one of them. They enjoy being an extra set of grandparents to 2 little boys! Both Judy and David have suffered mental health problems over the years and have both in different ways experienced healing through spiritual, medical and secular help so they have a heart for those who suffer from such problems. Their desire is to see people come to know Jesus in their life and to see His kingdom come in power! They are well occupied together with Foodbank and Street Pastors and some street evangelism as well as with their local Light and Life church, (Free Methodist), they also have links with a Kenyan pastor friend and travel to Kenya from time to time to minister there with him. They enjoy walking their dog in the Cornish countryside and visiting and being visited by their many friends. Judy enjoys being part of a local art group and attends a weekly gathering where they paint, chat and drink coffee! She also goes to the gym!!
Rev’d Claire McIlroy is a Church of England curate serving in the cluster parishes of Torpoint, Antony and Sheviock in the Truro Diocese. In 2013, Claire married Simon.Before becoming a curate, Claire has been a youth worker for many years, working in church, ecumenical and international settings. She was also the lay chaplain at Lee Abbey, an ecumenical, international retreat centre in North Devon.She is passionate about seeing young people reach their full potential in Jesus. Is passionate that the Church is known for how much it loves people; personifying Jesus’ command: ‘Love me and love your neighbour’. Is passionate about seeing justice and mercy flow like an unending stream. Claire loves to worship God through different worship styles, from charismatic through to contemplative Taize style worship. She is keen to help God’s people encounter Him through worship and then enable them to be God’s hands and feet in the world.
and feet in the world.
Michael Pike trained as a minister and has served as Church Leader in Scotland and Liskeard. He is also an accountant, website designer, published author, worship leader and founder of Time Out Mission International, which serves the body of Christ around the world. His passion is worship and serving others as they grow in their passions and calling to serve Christ.