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Links

Some links to other organisations/charities that we are connected with.

  • Affinity

    Affinity is a fellowship of Churches, evangelical Agencies and individuals, of which FIEC is a member. Affinity is a wider evangelical network which is involved in gospel partnership, public engagement and theological advocacy.

  • Evangelical Housing Association

    Established in 1974 at an FIEC Assembly, the Evangelical Housing Association’s aims are to provide accommodation on retirement for ministers and missionaries associated with FIEC and Grace Baptist Churches.

  • Go Teach

    For nearly 50 years Go Teach has been serving churches by providing teaching materials to enable God’s word to be taught to children and young people.  Many changes in style and layout have taken place since the original FIEC publication, Feed My Lambs, appeared in 1946.

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