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 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.
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.
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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Welcome to Simon Ladd.
Simon joins Partnership as Regional Co-ordinator for East Anglia and the Midlands, where he will be supporting, encouraging and resourcing leaders and churches. Simon has been a full time church leader for the last 30 years. He pastored in FIEC, Baptist, Pentecostal and Brethren churches. He has also worked in Highpoint Prison and worked on a residential project with 18–25 year old males battling drink, drug and substance addiction.
Simon has been married to Belinda for 30 years and they have three grown up children. If you are in East Anglia or the Midlands, please do get in touch with Simon, he looks forward
The Joshua Project comes to Gloucester, starting on 5 February 2017.
Glebe Chapel, Newent and Abbey Church, Gloucester are joining together for the course, and and there are spaces for people from other churches to join in. This project promises to be something that will help us grow as followers of Jesus Christ and be more effective in our witness and