Soroush Sadeghzadeh


Soroush serves on our Eldership Team and plays a key part in the oversight of the Church. Soroush and his wife Mahvash oversee our pastoral structure.

Soroush was born in Abadon, Iran but grew up in Shiraz.

At around the age of 14 Soroush heard God and started seeking Jesus, shortly after that he gave his life to God.

In 2004 shortly after Soroush & Mahvash married they moved to the UK due to persecution for their Christian faith. They quickly settled in Teesside  where they became part of Jubilee Church Teesside in 2005.

Soroush & Mahvash are grateful for the family that God has given to them and they both love what God is doing in Jubilee in terms of bringing people from many tribes and languages together in Christ.

Soroush & Mahvash have a passion for seeing believers discipled into all that God has for them.

Soroush became an elder at Jubilee Church in 2014.

My Story

Soroush's latest Resources:

Wake Up!
We Are Jonah
Jonah 1:7-16
2nd Jun 2019

When we read the Bible, we can sometimes be quick to identify with heroes, like David or Joshua. Yet, how often do we identify with someone like Jonah? God planned to bless the whole world, yet when Jonah was called to play his part in this mission, he ran. We are like Jonah when we choose our way, instead of God's. However, God will have His way and when our identity is secure in Jesus Christ, we find we're enabled to live for him and even to bring our big questions to God, rather than simply running away.


Soroush Sadeghzadeh
John's Gospel
Jesus' Trial
God's Kingdom
John 18:19-40
7th Apr 2019

As Jesus is put on trial, we see him pointing to the kingdom that is to come. Soroush helps us to see that the advance of this kingdom is not like a drama that we take our seat to watch, but rather one in which we are drawn into and play our part.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Elders Letters
Imitatio Christi
WWJD (and sometimes what we wish he wouldn't!)
3rd Apr 2019

Have you heard the phrase, 'What would Jesus do?' Maybe you have a bracelet with WWJD on it, or perhaps a pen? We can sometimes turn this into 'What would I like Jesus to do', which certainly isn't the same! In the light of that, what should our response be to world events and where can we reach out with the love and message of Jesus?

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
John's Gospel
From Slaves to Heirs
John 6: 1-15
13th Jan 2019

What does the Passover mean to us today? How does it motivate us to share the good news of Jesus, the perfect Lamb, with others?

Soroush Sadeghzadeh