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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

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

The new edition of the Affinity Social Issues Bulletin in now available to download. This has a major article by Norman Wells, Director of the Family Education Trust, on Why the family matters, a review of the Care Act 2014 and what this means for churches by Roger Hitchings, as well as all the usual comment on bioethical matters by John Ling, along with analysis of recent social trends and news on current legal cases of interest to Christians.

The Bulletin - July 2014

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July Prayer Calender

The July 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 - July 2014

Posted 28th June 2014 | Comments 0

Foundations 66 now available

The latest edition of our theological journal Foundations is now available to read online or download as a PDF. The Spring 2014 issue contains three articles that seek to evaluate the growing trend towards 'gospel partnerships' both in the US and now, increasingly, in the UK. Are they a positive development? When examined in the light of Scripture, what are the opportunities and dangers they represent? Does the UK have anything to learn from the experience of such partnerships in the US? Kevin DeYoung & Ryan Kelly, Carl Trueman and John Stevens take different points of view so it all makes for a very helpful and provoking discussion. This issue also contains an article by Paul Helm on New Testament ethics, with particular reference to modern warfare. We also have a number of book reviews to complete another stimulating issue

Foundations 66 - Spring 2014

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New edition of In Touch now available

Our spring newsletter, In Touch, is now available to download. This time we have news of new church planting initiatives, Affinity's engagement with social issues, developments at Wales Evangelical School of Theology, along with news of our forthcoming conferences and publications.

In Touch - Spring 2014

Posted 13th May 2014 | Comments 0

Salt and Light Conference - Recordings of Ministry of Dr Ray Evans

We had a wonderful variety of excellent speakers at our Salt and Light Conference in March, helping us to think through the biblical priorities of being Salt and Light in our communities, and then working on the practical outworking of these imperatives in the life and ministry of the churches. We are so grateful to the staff and volunteers at Monyhull Church, Birmingham for making us all so welcome.

We are glad to be able to make recordings available of Dr Ray Evans excellent ministry at the conference. His ministry is especially helpful for churches wishing to engage with their communities.

You can click on the following links to listen to them.

Talk - "Doing Good to All"

Seminar - "Developing a care and serve strategy"

And here is a link to the SixtyEightFive website which has a great video introduction to their ministry to young men from fatherless families. An inspiring work worth supporting!

Posted 12th May 2014 | Comments 0

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