We Welcome Christian Connections
Welcome Evangelical Church believes in building connections for Christ. We have partners from around the world that we work alongside to preach the gospel of Christ and further His ministry.
First McKinney Baptist Church
First McKinney’s mission is to LIVE and LOVE like Jesus…so that their neighbours, the nations and the next generation will follow Jesus.
Through dynamic teaching and missional leadership, First McKinney is leaving a legacy in Dallas, Texas & around the world. Family-focused ministries and events are the core to a missional church that seeks to impact both the people within the walls of the church, and the community outside.
Through focused activities, including 15 missions trips a year, countless service projects, and thousands of donors who give to benevolent causes, they seek to be a blessing in action and words to those who are not blessed.
Christians Against Poverty (C.A.P.)
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) provides free debt help to local community groups across the UK. Their free services run with local churches to provide practical and emotional support and show people that there is always hope.
Every CAP service is run through a local church, equipped and empowered to transform lives in their communities. Visit their website to learn more.
Keswick Ministries exists to inspire and equip Christians to love and live for Christ in His world.
God’s purpose is to bring his blessing to all the nations of the world (Genesis 12:3). That promise of blessing, which touches every aspect of human life, is ultimately fulfilled through the life, death, resurrection, ascension and future return of Christ. All of the people of God are called to participate in his missionary purposes, wherever he may place them.
The central vision of Keswick Ministries is to see the people of God equipped, inspired and refreshed to fulfil that calling, directed and guided by God’s Word in the power of his Spirit, for the glory of his Son.
Faith Mission’s vision is:
“To reach through passionate evangelism the lost of all age groups, particularly in the villages and rural areas of Great Britain and Ireland, and by biblical teaching to encourage holiness of heart and life in Christian people.”
This vision statement is worked out through three core ministries:
Rural Evangelism – As an interdenominational agency, The Faith Mission works closely with all Christian churches that share a similar concern for passionate evangelism and evangelical truth, especially in areas where there is little or no biblical witness.
Biblical Training – The Faith Mission Bible College is a ministry of the Faith Mission and exists to train people for a variety of roles in Christian ministry and service.
Christian Literature – FM Bookshops is the literature ministry, which is positioned on the high street of many towns and cities in Northern Ireland and Scotland. It provides a neutral location where people can explore the Christian faith through literature or conversations in a relaxed café environment.
The Christian Institute exists for “the furtherance and promotion of the Christian religion in the United Kingdom” and “the advancement of education”.
They are a nondenominational Christian charity with more than 60,000 supporters throughout the UK, including over 4,500 churches.
They are committed to upholding the truths of the Bible which we believe is inerrant and the supreme authority for all of life. They are also committed to upholding the sanctity of life from conception.
Open Doors works in over 60 countries, supplying Bibles, training church leaders, providing practical support and emergency relief, and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith. In the UK and Ireland, Open Doors works to raise awareness of global persecution, mobilising prayer, support and action among Christians.
Open Doors UK and Ireland funded £654,310 to provide Bibles, books and other Christian resources. Last year, they distributed over 1.8 million Bibles and Christian books in countries where such things are prohibited or difficult to obtain.
Behold Israel is a non-profit organization led by native Israeli Amir Tsarfati. Its mission is to provide reliable and accurate reporting on developments in Israel and the region. Amir’s live updates and teachings, based on God’s Written Word, sift out the truth on current events amidst global media bias against Israel.
Through its website, free app, social media and Amir’s teachings in multiple languages, Behold Israel is able to reach communities worldwide. His mission explains the central role of Israel in the Bible as a blessing to the nations and a way to bring them to the Word of God and the Messiah.
LEARN (Leaders Equipping And Resourcing Network) Global recognizes the need for spiritual development in every Christian believer’s life. To assist in this development, responsibility leans on church leaders to teach accurate biblical doctrine so that the church will imitate Jesus Christ both within the local and international context.
However, in many parts of the world poverty, unstable politics, along with the growth of false teaching, has increased the challenge for the church leader. LEARN Global aims to assist in developing and resourcing church leaders so that they can teach and explain the Bible accurately and confidently.
LEARN Global provides an electronic means to enable church leaders to self-study yet still receive ongoing support. Learn more about the work and help to donate an Electronic Study pack on their website.
Langham Partnership UK & Ireland
Langham is strategically focused to biblically equip the global church, raising up leaders in more than 90 nations.
World-renowned author John Stott started Langham in 1969 with the vision that every pastor in every church should be equipped to preach the Bible.
Its vision is to see churches in the Majority World equipped for mission and growing to maturity in Christ through the ministry of pastors and leaders who believe, teach, and live by the Word of God.
Independent Churches Working Together
FIEC aims to bring independent churches under one banner while maintaining their independence.
Over 50,000 people belong to congregations affiliated with FIEC. The networks offer help and support to pastors, women in ministry, ministry wives, and other gospel workers.
It also connects churches with one another and with FIEC to help serve their mission and ministry.