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Affinity is a fellowship of Churches, evangelical Agencies and Christians.

Through our fellowship together we seek to express the unity all God's people enjoy because they belong to Jesus Christ.


Churches in all parts of the United Kingdom and Ireland belong to Affinity together with evangelical agencies and individual Christians.

Through our partnership with one another we are committed to proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Affinity provides resources to help our partner churches and Christians.

These resources are also made available to churches and Christians around the world who can benefit from them.

Latest News

Reformation 500 Conference in Newcastle

Next month (October 12-14) a conference to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation will take place in the north-east of England. The organisers warmly invite everyone to join them in Newcastle, the first city of great British Reformer John Knox. Among others, Geoff Thomas, Ian Hamilton, and Joel Beeke will be speaking, who will be known to many in our churches. The schedule and the speakers and bios are all on the website, as well as online registration. There are significantly reduced rates for students, and those training for ministry.

For more information go to or find them on Twitter and Facebook.

Posted 22nd September 2017 | Comments 0

World mission and the local church - Tom and Lucy Forryan

The New Testament pattern is for the local church to send out its best people into cross-cultural mission. This video tells the story of how Tom and Lucy Forryan from Derby Road Baptist Church in Watford, have been called by God to serve him in Paris, in partnership with Grace Baptist Mission and what preparations they are making for this big change in their lives.

Posted 18th September 2017 | Comments 0

Religious Education in Crisis

The ongoing decline in RE teaching is a serious problem the government should be addressing but also an opportunity for churches.

According to new research by the National Association for RE Teachers, a quarter of England's secondary schools are not offering Religious Education to their students despite the law saying they should. Academies, who can choose their own RE curriculum, have the worst record with nearly half not offering RE to 14-16 year olds... (read more)

Posted 17th September 2017 | Comments 0

Dormant Christianity

The small number of committed Christians in this country, especially among the young, is a call to fervent prayer and active evangelism.

Recently we heard that the majority of people in the UK do not identify as religious. A new poll says 6 per cent of British adults read or listen to the Bible, pray at least once a week, and go to church at least once a month. Of those who self-identify as Christian 55 per cent never read the Bible; 29 per cent never pray; one third never attend church. For all three measures of commitment, Anglicans were the most likely to tick “never”. The survey also identified that the lowest number of Christians was in the under-24s age bracket.

This is not a surprise... (read more)

Posted 15th September 2017 | Comments 0

Do you want to know more about gospel work in prisons?

Daylight Christian Prison Trust have a day event on November 4 which lifts the lid on their important work with prisoners and ex-offenders. If you would like to attend, please email

Posted 12th September 2017 | Comments 0

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