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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.


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

Foundations 67 is now available

The latest edition of our theological journal Foundations is now available to read online or download as a PDF. The Autumn 2014 issue contains articles on the historical reliability of John's Gospel, the ethics of IVF, the doctrine of conversion in Pilgrim's Progress, and on mission in Luke's Gospel and Acts (with reference to Latin America). We also have a number of book reviews to complete another stimulating issue of over 100 pages of theological content.

Foundations - Autumn 2014

Posted 2nd December 2014 | Comments 0

December Prayer Calendar

The December Prayer Calendar is now available to download. This enables us to pray daily for the work of the many churches and ministries in the Affinity family, seeking the Lord for his power, protection, wisdom and help in all that we do for his glory.

Prayer Calendar - December 2014

Posted 1st December 2014 | Comments 0

Booking for the 2015 Theological Study Conference

Booking for our next Study Conference opens today. Next February 25-27 we will be considering the theme of 'Union with Christ' with the help of papers provided in advance by Cor Bennema, Tim Ward, Bob Letham, John Fesko, David McKay and Paul Wells.

The format of the conference is considered to be unique by many people who attend. Carl Trueman said of the 2011 event that it was 'probably the most helpful' conference he had ever attended: 'The structure was great: speakers sent papers in advance; they introduced them briefly at the conference; the conference then broke into small groups for discussion; and then reconvened for plenary debate. True conversational theology... the discussion groups, consisting of academics and pastors, pushed everything to its implications for the local church... differences were respected but not relativised; and good humour and thoughtfulness characterised everything.'

Download the booking form for further information and sign up to be part of our fellowship and conversation next February:

Study Conference Booking Form

Posted 25th November 2014 | Comments 0

The Latest issue of the Affinity Social Issues Bulletin is now available

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.

The new issue contains articles on "Tighter state control of education in England", "Guidance to public authorities following the redefinition of marriage", "How everyone might be branded an extremist", a review of Herman Bavinck on The Family, as well as all the usual important bioethical issues and legal cases.

There is indispensable material here which you can circulate electronically to church members, colleagues or friends, or print off hard copies for those who don't have access to a computer.

The Bulletin - November 2014

Posted 24th November 2014 | Comments 0

Autumn issue of In Touch

Our autumn newsletter, In Touch, is now available to download. This time we have news of a new church plant in Manchester as well as reports on the ministries of three of our associate bodies - Crosslinks, Barnabas Fund and Praise Trust.  We also have news of our forthcoming Theological Study Conference and other publications.

In Touch - Autumn 2014

Posted 12th November 2014 | Comments 0

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