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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

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 to read on their website. Here is the latest edition:

Family Education Trust Bulletin 165

Posted 27th February 2017 | Comments 0


The Prayer Calendar for March is now available

The Prayer Calendar for March 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!

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 - March 2017

Posted 27th February 2017 | Comments 0


Christians at Work need more trustees

One of our member agencies, Christians at Work, is seeking new trustees to add to their team. Here you can read more about the vision of their work as they seek to support Christians in the workplace all across the UK. Would you be able to help them in going forward into the future?

Posted 25th February 2017 | Comments 0


Reformation 2017: Relevant or Redundant? - Paul Yeulett

During the course of this year, to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Affinity is commissioning six articles from church leaders across the UK to explain what the Reformation means to them. In this first one, Paul Yeulett, pastor of Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London, describes the effect upon him as a young man of a book that changed his view of this historic event.

 

Reformation 2017: Relevant or Redundant? - Paul Yeulett

Back in school days the “Reformation” was that grey and tedious topic which was laboriously studied in dusty history classrooms, with musty textbooks and fusty (and fussy) teachers. Henry VIII chopping off his wives’ heads was satisfyingly gory, but the initial chuckle at the “Diet of Worms” evaporated quickly and I could never begin to spell “transubstantiation”, much less understand what it meant.

That all changed in the summer of 1995. (read more)

Posted 24th February 2017 | Comments 0


Unforgotten

I have just finished watching the excellent drama Unforgotten on ITV, starring Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar. The acting was superb, with a plot that developed through the episodes and kept you on the edge of your seat.

The story – and here come some plot spoilers – begins with an historical murder enquiry that turns up the stories of three individuals who were sexually abused as children. When these characters meet as adults in a psychiatric ward they share their stories and devised and hatch a plot to murder their abusers on behalf of each other in a way that should leave each with a solid alibi. By the time the investigation begins they are much older and are all now working in professional jobs as a teacher, a defence lawyer and a cancer nurse. But they all share this dark secret... [Read more]

 

Posted 17th February 2017 | Comments 0

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