FIEC churches will eventually gain access to more articles on this site, as well as the ability to update information about their church. When this facility becomes available, you will be notified and sign-in details will be provided.
We want to help gospel workers find churches to serve – and vice versa. Through Ministry Introductions we offer two distinct services:
Connecting pastors and FIEC churches. Offering guidance and a clear, confidential process for both parties.
Since September 2012, a number of FIEC churches and individuals have been helped by the launch of Partners in Training. This scheme will provide financial help for employing and mentoring new gospel workers.
There has never been a clear 'route' into ministry for men and women from FIEC Churches, let alone a means of fellowship, networking and identity for those wishing to be trained for Independent church ministry. Now there is: it’s called The Hub Conference.
In the recent Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced that help would be available for the repair of roofs of churches that were listed buildings. This article explains the announcement and its possible relevance to some of our 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...
An outline of the main types of legal structure that Independent churches can adopt. This article is an appendix to Chapter 6 in the book 'Independent Church' but will also be useful if you haven't read the book.