This group oversees the running of Reach.


Dafydd Cunningham grew up near Ruthin in the Vale of Clwyd and now pastors Grace Church Denbigh, a church planted from Ebenezer Baptist Church in 2013.

He is married to Amanda and they have three children. Before moving to Denbigh he studied at Oak Hill Theological College and before that had worked for churches in London and Durham and also as a corporate lawyer in the City. He is excited to be involved in the work of Reach North Wales because he is passionate about seeing new churches planted in spiritually needy communities.


Ian Hughes is the pastor of Gwersyllt Congregational Church.

Having grown up in the area, Ian moved to Gwersyllt to pastor the church there and has seen growth and positive impacts from sharing the good news of Jesus in the community. He and his church are passionate about seeing new churches planted in other communities so that they too can enjoy the blessing of knowing Jesus.


Andrew Graham has been the pastor of Bradley Road Evangelical Baptist Church in Wrexham since 2007.

Originally from South Africa, he moved to Wales 12 years ago. He is a proud Welsh Rugby supporter, but not when they are playing the Springboks!


James Mitton is Chief Operating Officer at a utilities and telecoms business in Manchester. A leader at Ebenezer Baptist Church Mold, he supported Reach as an administrator whilst on a career sabbatical and continues to serve as a trustee.

Married to Lowri, and with three children, James is learning Welsh, mixed martial arts and studio recording to keep him out of mischief! He’s keen to see North Wales thrive with new churches planted and communities coming to know Jesus Christ for themselves.


Ben Slatter is the Assistant Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church Mold.

He’s married to Ruth and they have three children. Inspired by Indiana Jones, Ben studied Archaeology at university and went into teaching after working for UCCF and IFES. His concern for sharing the eternal truths of the Bible written thousands of years ago has inspired him to share the good news of Jesus with young people and families in North Wales and to support Reach in the vision to see new churches planted.


Deiniol Williams is an elder at Gwersyllt Congregational Church and an MTh student at Union School of Theology.

Deiniol grew up in Wrexham, North East Wales, and served as an assistant minister at Gwersyllt Congregational Church for five years. He has a desire to see a strategic gospel movement reaching the region and so is excited to be a part of Reach.