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Connecting pastors and FIEC churches. Offering guidance and a clear, confidential process for both parties.
There are many benefits in linking your church to FIEC – gaining a national voice, ministry support, shared resources and more – but we’d rather you join us because you share our convictions and want to invest in our vision. As a Fellowship we have a heart to help independent local churches thrive so that we might see the gospel of Jesus making a difference throughout our nation. Is that what your church has a heart for too?
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In this second of two articles addressing whether senior members are valued or neglected by their churches, Roger Hitchings promotes the appointment of “Advocates” to represent and support the older people in our churches.
(or “Nobody puts Grandma in the corner!”) Churches should never neglect the older members of their churches, but with an ageing population this is becoming a much more pressing issue. In this article Ali Davies encourages us to start...
How do you know when your church needs to make some changes? And how does ‘change’ fit with being ‘faithful’? In this article Richard Underwood helps us to think about change and how it relates to church life.