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.
The Bulletin is published three times a year by Affinity’s Social Issues Team to educate evangelical churches and individual Christians on important matters of social concern and also informed of the implications of legislation and public policy in the UK.
The March 2017 issue contains a articles on the push for compulsory sex education in schools, mental health issues among children, commentary on the recent marriage statistics (more)...
Posted 18th March 2017 | Comments 0
After a really successful Study Conference earlier this month, the audio of the event is now available to buy for just £8, including postage. The CD includes both MP3 recordings of all six sessions (including the final panel Q&A) and the PDFs of each paper distributed in advance to those in attendance. Please order by contacting Ian Densham at this address.
Posted 16th March 2017 | Comments 0
Family Education Trust director, Norman Wells, responds to calls to put sex and relationships education on the curriculum in all schools
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Posted 11th March 2017 | Comments 0
Last week Affinity held a very successful Theological Study Conference with participants from all over the UK. During that time our Director, Graham Nicholls, was interviewed by Thapelo Mpai from London Seminary about the work of Affinity. Here is what he said:
Posted 10th March 2017 | Comments 0
A few words about some of the things I have been involved in for Affinity during February:
Our Social Issues Team met in London and it was encouraging to hear about the work of Crossteach from their national director, Wayne Harris. Crossteach work with local Christian communities to enable young people in schools to “critically engage with the Christian faith in a fun and relevant way”. This means they support and resource in-school Christian clubs and activities... (read more)
Posted 28th February 2017 | Comments 0
The Autumn 2016 issue of our In Touch newsletter is now available online. This issue contains an message from our Director, Graham Nicholls, as well as ministry reports from three of our associate members: Daylight Christian Prison Trust, The Good Book Company and Jubilee Centre. There is also news of the forthcoming Theological Study Conference and details of how to book.
An online journal of evangelical theology published by the Theological Team.
The Bulletin is published three times a year by the 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.
Our World Focus Team has produced a range of very helpful papers containing information and advice for churches and Christians seeking to be better informed and equipped for world mission. Click on the link below for access to the World Mission resources Papers.
OSCAR, the UK Information Service for World Mission, is an Affinity Associate. Their website provides valuable resources about many aspects of world mission for both Christians and churches. Click on the link below to go to the OSCAR website.
A number of Mission Agencies are Affinity Associates. For more information click on the link
Table Talk is a series of occasional papers published by the Theological Team that address contemporary issues relevant to the lives of Christians and churches.
Mission Matters is a series of occasional papers on contemporary issues in World Mission commissioned by the World Focus Team. The purpose of Mission Matters is to stimulate thinking on significant issues in World Mission.