usually occur in partnership or association with a member of the
Alliance World Fellowship with participation by UK churches. Personnel
wishing to go overseas to an area in which an AWF church is active will
have to raise their own support which can be supplemented by
UK missions are
usually focused on immigrants or special needs but can be church plants
in partnership with others.
: A trained Polish couple are based in Measham, Leicestershire working
with the Measham Evangelical Church and Polish groups in Leeds and
Bridgwater. Outreach events are run and regular bible studies are
conducted including Christianity Explored as demand requires.
Interpreted services are conducted with a view to integrating
communities into an Evangelical church activity.
Alliance Church (partner's work CACUUK)
: A Peruvian couple are striving to develop a community of believers
that meets the needs of the diverse ethnic population around them. They
meet on Sunday at 10.30am-12.15pm for a service at the Manchester
Alliance Centre, Unit 9, The Quadrangle, Hulme Street, M1 5GL. and on
Saturdays at 7.15pm for Student Christian Fellowship. Visit their website for their vision and
: The Alliance have been supporting the evangelical denomination that
was born out of the ethnic wars of the 1990's. The C&MA(GB)
joined that support programme by adopting a local couple planting a
church in Çapljina, Herçegovina – a primarily Catholic area in 1999. A
church has been established but because of the poor economy continued
financial support is required but more importantly friendships have
developed and visits are made by groups to encourage and pray.