Regathering and Restarting (Annual Review 2021/22)
A review of the past year - in which we emerged from lockdowns - and a look forward as we continue to serve God in FIEC's 100th year.
We are grateful to God for growth after emerging from lockdown in the past year: FIEC churches are growing, FIEC is growing, and FIEC's capacity to help churches is growing.
During the 2022 Leaders' Conference in Blackpool, FIEC National Director John Stevens gave a review of the past year (September 2021 - August 2022) and a look forward to the next year, including three challenges to FIEC churches.
Between September 2021 and August 2022, we have been delighted to have officially welcomed 16 churches into affiliation (joining between September 2021 and August 2022).
- Bethesda Evangelical Church, Stockton Heath
- Ebenezer Chapel, Walton, Liverpool
- Welcome Evangelical Church, Belfast
- Grace Church Wanstead
- Cornerstone Church, St Albans
- Rylands Community Church, Nottingham
- King's Church Guildford
- Grace Church Kidlington
- Newquay Evangelical Church
- Grace Church Wrecclesham, Farnham
- Peverell Community Church, Plymouth
- Cross o' th' Hands Independent Chapel
- Steep Turnpike Evangelical Church, Matlock
- Hertford Town Church
- The Crowded House Sharrowvale, Sheffield
- Pinner Hill Church
Please pray for these churches as they work together to reach Britain for Christ.
We are very grateful to each FIEC affiliated church for their donations each year.
During the 2021/22 AGM, we updated our churches on what the income received has enabled us to do this year, and what it means for the coming 12 months.