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Who we are

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.

Belonging

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.

Resources

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

May Prayer Calendar now available

The Prayer Calendar for May is now available to download. With one item for every day of the month, please use this to inform your praying for the many churches, agencies and individuals who are faithfully serving the Lord both in the UK and around the world. Thank you!

New! PrayerMate:

Another very convenient way of accessing the calendar is via the mobile app PrayerMate. Sign up for the daily feed here. Use this app for your mobile device and subscribe to our calendar to receive the prayer item for each day direct to your phone or tablet.

Prayer Calendar - May 2016

Posted 29th April 2016 | Comments 0


A life to celebrate, a death to mourn

Another one bites the dust.

This has been quite a year already for celebrity deaths with the most recent and unexplained just a few days ago when the enigmatic Prince died at only 57...

Posted 24th April 2016 | Comments 0


New edition of the Family Education Trust Bulletin

The Family Education Trust Director, Norman Wells, is a member of Affinity's Social Issues Team and a regular contributor to our Social Issues Bulletin. The Trust publish a very helpful quarterly bulletin of news, articles and reviews. It is available both as a free-to-read page on their website. Here is the latest edition:

Family Education Trust Bulletin - April 2016

Posted 20th April 2016 | Comments 0


The Prayer Calendar for April is now available

The Prayer Calendar for April is now available to download. With one item for every day of the month, please use this to inform your praying for the many churches, agencies and individuals who are faithfully serving the Lord both in the UK and around the world. Thank you!

New! PrayerMate:

Another very convenient way of accessing the calendar is via the mobile app PrayerMate. Sign up for the daily feed here. Use this app for your mobile device and subscribe to our calendar to receive the prayer item for each day direct to your phone or tablet.

Prayer Calendar - April 2016

Posted 31st March 2016 | Comments 0


The latest Social Issues Bulletin is published today

The Bulletin is published three times a year by Affinity’s Social Issues Team to keep evangelical churches and individual Christians informed of the implications of legislation and public policy on social issues in the UK.

This issue contains an article on the slippery meaning and use of 'rights' language today.

There is also an analysis of how the apparent improvement in the lot of the elderly as compared to younger generations in the UK may not be all that is seems.

Then we have a view on what complementarianism should - and should not - mean in its practical application.

Next, the headteacher of Fulham Boys School explains why he does not fear government inspection of his school's openly Christian ethos.

And we have an in-depth review of a remarkable recent book on the care of those nearing the end of life, alongside all the usual updates on life issues and current legal cases of interest.

The whole issue may be downloaded, or individual articles:

The Bulletin - March 2016

When rights go wrong

Young versus old

Where is complementarianism heading?

Nothing to hide or be ashamed of

Book review - Being Mortal

Life issues

Posted 18th March 2016 | Comments 0

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