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  • Some Assembly Required?

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    Have you heard about the Sunday Assembly? Richard Underwood introduces us to “the godless congregation that celebrates life” and contemplates what the real church can learn from it.

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    Inspired, not retired

    Brian Edwards was FIEC President from 1995 to 1998. Andrew Nicholson, our Operations Director, asks Brian a few questions to find out what he has been up to since.

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    Bible Boot Camps

    The school holidays are here, the sun is shining (!) and many children and teens from our churches will be heading off to Christian summer camps. Trevor Archer tells the story of one of the organisations behind such camps.

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    Valued and Thriving

    Thrive, our annual conference for women in ministry, took place last week. But in some ways we’re reluctant to call it a conference. Elisabeth Smyth explains what makes Thrive so special.

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  • Little village, Big vision primary image

    Little village, Big vision

    Andrew Nicholson, our Operations Director, reports on an encouraging visit to one of the newer congregations planted by an FIEC church.

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  • The Latest Eight primary image

    The Latest Eight

    John Stevens introduces us to the churches that have recently joined our Fellowship.

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  • A City-Wide Vision primary image

    A City-Wide Vision

    Every year, 2020 Birmingham organises a conference to envision Christians about church planting and equip church planters. Andy Weatherley, pastor of Grace Church Dell Road and one of the Trustees of 2020 Birmingham, reports back from the recent 2014 conference and shares something of the vision and strategy of the network.

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    Light on the Black Isle

    Three years ago Avoch Congregational Church had only six people attending Sunday meetings. Today that number is ten times as many. Andy Hunter tells their story.

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    Facebook Round-Up (May 2014)

    We now know of 94 FIEC churches that have Facebook pages, and every few months we have a look to see what stories they’re sharing. Here are some highlights from the past few months.

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    Encouraging New Growth

    There is a growing interest in “biblical counselling” here in the UK. New Growth Christian Counselling in Edinburgh are seeking to put that model of counselling into practice as they work in partnership with local churches. Andy Hunter tells their story.

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    • Apprenticeship Schemes in Churches

      It has become more and more common in recent years for churches to offer apprenticeships to people wishing to serve the church for a period – usually one or two years. This article explains the law in relation to this, as well as some...

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    • Discounted Software for Charities

      The Charity Technology Trust has announced that through its ‘tt-exchange’ technology donation programme, religious organisations can now request donations of certain products at savings of 92% to 96% off the retail price. This article...

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    • Getting help from HMRC

      HMRC has established a team to help charities understand charitable tax reliefs and other aspects of the tax system. This article explains the services the team offers and how to contact them.

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