Over the past 500 years, since the Reformation first came to Britain, London has acted as a hub for the spread of the gospel, not only in Britain but around the world. Yet today London represents one of the neediest mission cities in the western world. FIEC’s London Director, Trevor Archer, elaborates.
Former Premier League footballer Gavin Peacock addressed more than 100 church leaders at FIEC’s Autumn London Gathering. Trevor Archer outlines the evening’s highlights and whets our appetite for listening to Gavin’s talks online.
Twice a year we gather leaders from FIEC churches in London and other guests to help envision and equip them for ministry. Rachel Dalby says the latest gathering included some fascinating statistics to help churches think about their long-term gospel witness in England’s capital city.
The dreadful events of Saturday evening happened just yards from where The Globe Church meet in London. Phil Tinker explains what they’ve been doing to support their community after this latest terror attack.
It’s been 20 years since The King’s Centre opened – a pioneering partnership between Chessington Evangelical Church and a local authority in Greater London. Trevor Archer looks back on the last two decades and reflects on a recent anniversary service to mark the milestone.
Since becoming our London Director in April, Trevor Archer has been spending time getting to know the FIEC churches within the M25. His latest trip took him to Woodford Evangelical Church – he says it’s thriving.
Trevor Archer doesn’t officially begin work as our first London Director until April, but he’s already encouraging FIEC churches to work together in London to reach the city for Christ. Rachel Dalby went to a recent gathering in Westminster which was designed to start nurturing these relationships.