Churches Networking for Mission


  Partnership is a support network to encourage and strengthen local churches.
It does this particularly through networking and training leaders in local areas, providing practical support and advice to leaders, staff workers and churches, and producing publications.

Perspectives Magazine

Perspectives is a 70+-page magazine, appearing 3 times a year. Each issue is on a theme relevant to local church leadership and activity, and a resource for church leaders and training. The latest issue is Autumn 2016 on  Church Without Walls.  This and earlier issues of Perspectives are available electronically on this website.


Church Support

Support Chart

We give practical support to local churches, e.g., helping them find staff, providing consultancy on church strategy and issues, and advice on church governance and trust matters.



Church Support

Regional Networking  

Partnership Events

Local networking activities are key to the way we work. They aim to network and support local churches, their leaders, and others active in them. 



Partnership Events

Find a Church

Find a church

Find a Partnership Church by name, postcode or region.




Church Directory

Upcoming Events


Partnership South West England Annual Dinner

Cullompton Community Centre

Partnership London | North East Cluster

Salway Evangelical Church

Partnership London | North East Cluster

Latchett Evangelical Church


14/11/2017 New Life Into Old Building

Breathing Life Into a Victorian Tabernacle

John Jenkins interviews Chris Thackery, senior minister of Westbourne Grove Church, to discover what impact a major building redevelopment had on one small urban church in West London.

John: The present facilities of Westbourne Grove Church are a far cry from the Victorian Tabernacle I remember. For those who have never visited the church could you say something about the facilities you now enjoy and the circumstances that brought you to make the momentous decision to redevelop?

Chris: The circumstances that brought us to the


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