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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

Local Church Global Mission Conference

Book now for the forthcoming Local Church Global Mission conference on Saturday 25 February at Oak Hill College, London.

With main speaker Steve Timmis (Acts 29) and various seminars (Andy Lines, Crosslinks; Peter Ozodo, CAPRO; Rory Bell, TnT Ministries; Sheila Stephen, Union School of Theology) it promises to be an encouraging and inspiring day for local churches to be further equipped for global mission.

Need a reason to attend? Read Andy Lines' blog on 'Raising up workers for the global task'. It begins:

"One undertaker used to sign off his correspondence with ‘Yours eventually’..."

Posted 13th January 2017 | Comments 0

Announcing the 2017 Rome Scholars Network

The Reformanda Initiative announces that the 2017 Rome Scholars Network (RSN) will take place from 23–29 June, 2017 in Rome, Italy. This week long seminar is designed to create a context for evangelical scholars and leaders to:

  • Have access to evangelical scholars who are experts on Roman Catholicism. This year’s faculty will include Drs. Gregg Allison, Leonardo De Chirico, Mark Gilbert, Brad Green, Jean-Paul Rempp, and Pietro Bolognesi.
  • Study and evaluate Roman Catholic theology and practice in the heart of Roman Catholicism, the city of Rome itself.
  • Be trained and equipped to be scholars, leaders, and communicators of an evangelical perspective about Roman Catholicism and the biblical Gospel of salvation through faith alone.

More information and details of how to book can be found here.

Posted 4th January 2017 | Comments 0

The Prayer Calendar for January is now available

The Prayer Calendar for January 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 - January 2017

Posted 20th December 2016 | Comments 0

Speeders and Sinners

I recently attended a speed awareness course. It was a fantastic course. Not just the road safety training, which was useful, but the whole experience of a group of people being obliged to be together at 7:45am when we’d all have rather been somewhere else was interesting.

Posted 12th December 2016 | Comments 0

The latest edition of our Theological Journal Foundation is out

Foundations number 71 is published today - 108 pages of theological writing, free to read online or download:

Foundations issue 71

It contains the concluding part of Ted Turnau’s dialogues concerning cultural engagement. Two articles address the doctrine of creation: David Green highlights how the church’s focus on origins has caused it to neglect the biblical emphasis of God’s “present continuous” activity in the world and the way that this displays his glory. Then John James challenges the view that the intent of Genesis 1 was to establish the age of the earth. In the fourth article, Stephen Clark examines the relationship between Word and Spirit against the background of recent publications by Ralth Cunnington and Bob Letham, followed by a brief response from Bob. We also have reviews of books on the Psalms, marriage and divorce, the conscience, Newton on the Christian Life, eternal subordination, and the incarnation.

Posted 12th December 2016 | Comments 0

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