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 is a 72-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.
We give practical support to local churches, e.g., helping them find staff through PLUS, providing consultancy on church strategy and issues, and advice on church governance and trust matters.
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.
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Partners in Partnership
Two churches in the North-East London cluster have joined together in an initiative for sharing the gospel with young families – they have jointly appointed a Church Family Worker.
Four years ago, a ‘health Check’ at Latchett Evangelical Church was conducted by the Church Strengthening Initiative (CSI), and the final report made a number of recommendations for improvement and suggested that the Church could consider a Church Worker with partial financial support from CSI. Three years later, and after the retirement of their ‘Mums & Tots’ group leader, and the
"It was a joy to welcome new Pastor, Tim Goodall, who started his ministry on May 1. This follows a period of nearly four years since our last Pastor moved on – a period in which we have learnt a great deal.
One of our main concerns has been to find ways of building closer relationships with the many warm contacts we have in the local community. These grow from a pre-school, mid-week clubs and the work of Youth and Community Pastor, James Bell. For some months we had been thinking and praying about the possibility of Messy Church. On April 9 we launched, following on from a holiday club which attracted over 50 children. We had little idea what to expect. In the event