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We want to help gospel workers find churches to serve – and vice versa. Through Ministry Introductions we offer two distinct services:
Connecting pastors and FIEC churches. Offering guidance and a clear, confidential process for both parties.
How can we make sure that the best support is available for pastors and their families? Earlier in May, Pastoral Ministries Director Richard Underwood gathered a group of FIEC pastors in Derbyshire to think and pray about how we can encourage greater support networks for church leaders. He explains how they got on.
For many years there hasn’t been a clear route into gospel ministry for people who are called to serve in Independent churches. The FIEC Training Fund was set up in 2012 to try and change that. Training Director Trevor Archer explains where the money comes from and introduces us to some generous donors.
In a city with more bookmakers than evangelical churches, there has never been a greater need for gospel-centred churches to encourage one another. Scotland Director Andy Hunter reports on a gathering of FIEC churches in Glasgow which was designed to do just that.
A group of FIEC churches in North Wiltshire are working together to plant a new church in Marlborough – a town which is home to members of their congregations who have been commuting a long way to church every Sunday. Emmanuel Marlborough started meeting in April as Pastor Reuben Mann explains…
Pastors and leaders from FIEC churches across Wales gathered for a special consultation last week designed to answer the following question: how can the FIEC best serve the gospel in Wales? Ben Lines will soon become Pastor at Kinmel Bay Church in North Wales and explains how the consultation turned his initial scepticism into an excitement for what God is doing across Wales.
Nigel Stokes from Chessington Evangelical Church will pastor a new plant in Epsom which is launching this autumn. With any church plant there is always a cost involved for the sending church, but as Nigel reports here, it’s not always financial.
Is investing in bricks and mortar good for the gospel? Magdalen Road Church are currently fundraising for a new church building. Dan Steel explains why and shares what God has been teaching them as a church.