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Independent churches working together to reach Britain for Christ.
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Envisioning Independency, engaging with other groups and implementing national strategy.
Supporting ministry workers, accrediting Independent church leaders and revitalising churches.
Advising churches on charity law, property and governance as well as offering model legal documents.
Training workers for gospel ministry, equipping and funding future leaders for our churches.
Planting new churches and encouraging existing ones to be missional – both at home and abroad.
There are currently 611 church gatherings linked to the FIEC. They differ in size, structure and culture, but are passionate about the same gospel.
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Are you interested in linking your church to FIEC? Then you should take a look at the benefits, requirements and process of affiliation.
The main way that you can support FIEC is through being an active member of your church. However, we're also looking for people who will give and pray to help make our national vision a reality.
All FIEC churches can update information about their church on our website. Sign-in details have been sent to all FIEC churches but do get in touch if you have any problems.
A list of job vacancies in FIEC churches.
A list of job vacancies with the FIEC.
Pastoral-Elder (1/2 time)Gloucestershire, Wotton-under-Edge
Church Planter or Trainee planterNorth Yorkshire, Boroughbridge
Pastor of New Life Church, GuernseyGuernsey
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Ray Evans | National | Articles
In the second of his two-part series, Ray Evans explains how lay leaders can effectively work alongside other unpaid leaders and how they can best use their gifts to lead small teams to support church growth.
This is the first of a two-part series aimed at both pastors and lay leaders. Ray Evans explains how lay leaders can be most effective in their calling while encouraging paid workers to better understand their unpaid colleagues.
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