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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

July Prayer Calendar

The Prayer Calendar for July 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!

Prayer Calendar - July 2015

Posted 30th June 2015 | Comments 0


Foundations 68 is now available

The latest edition of our theological journal Foundations is now available to read online or download as a PDF. This issue looks at the subject of the Lord's Supper from a number of theological viewpoints within the evangelical church, along with one historical example of how genuinely-held differences did not prevent believers co-operating for the cause of world mission. This is another highly stimulating and thought-provoking edition - one hundred pages of theology to read and download, free of charge.

Calvin’s Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper and its Relevance for Today: William B. Evans

Not Reformed Enough: Critiquing Contemporary Practice of the Lord’s Supper: John Stevens

The Lord’s Supper in England: Then and Now – A Look at How Thomas Cranmer’s Eucharistic Theology Compares with Today: Richard Wardman

Throwing Away the Guns: Andrew Fuller, William Ward and the Communion Controversy in the Baptist Missionary Fellowship: Ian Hugh Clary

Review Article: Messy Church Theology: Oliver Gross

Book Review:Sanctification: Explorations in Theology and Practice: Martin Salter

Foundations - Spring 2015

Posted 24th June 2015 | Comments 0


June Prayer Calendar

The Prayer Calendar for June 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!

Prayer Calendar - June 2015

Posted 31st May 2015 | Comments 0


Spring edition of In Touch newsletter

The Spring edition of our newsletter In Touch is now available to download. This issue contains articles on a new church plant for central London, an evangelical adoption agency, a report on the recent Affinity Theological Study Conference, a reminder of the important ministry of books and news of forthcoming conferences and publications.

In Touch - Spring 2015

Posted 31st May 2015 | Comments 0


Courage for living in a secular society - Salt & Light day event

The audio recordings of the recent conference held at Carey Baptist Church in Reading, are now available to download. The event was to encourage and equip Christians to be more courageous and effective in living for the Lord in our secular society. John Benton, editor of Evangelicals Now and pastor of Chertsey Street Baptist Church in Guildford, spoke on 'Courageous people for difficult days' and then Andrea Minichiello-Williams of Christian Concern spoke on 'Upholding truth and justice in a secular society' (this audio is in two parts due to its length). After lunch John Ling spoke on 'How to live the bioethically courageous life' and finally Roger Hitchings of Pilgrims' Friend Society spoke on 'Caring for older Christians - using them in local church ministry'.

John Benton

Andrea Minichiello-Williams (part 1)

Andrea Minichiello-Williams (part 2)

John Ling

Roger Hitchings

Posted 31st March 2015 | Comments 0

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