Partnership is deeply committed to working as closely as possible with other organisations which serve the same churches as ourselves. Key partner organisations are:
Church Support Network
The Church Support Network (CSN) links groups which serve
God from within the worldwide Christian Brethren movement.
In the UK, much innovative work is being done, and the
movement continues to make significant contributions to
Church Growth Trust
Church Growth Trust helps independent churches to grow by holding and letting church buildings, helping with proposals for developing them, and supporting church planting. It provides related advice and information, and holds more than 100 church buildings. Its origins are in the United Kingdom Evangelization Trust, founded in 1906.
Counties' commitment is to communicate the Christian faith in the UK through evangelistsand resources to assist churches in evangelism.
Echoes provides a service to overseas missionaries and churches who seek to commend and support missionaries.
Gospel Literature Outreach
Gospel Literature Outreach seeks to partner with local churches in Europe and worldwide in evangelistic outreach. It also operates a bible training institution: Tilsley College, 78 Muir Street, Motherwell, ML1 1BN
Church Planting Initiative
The Church Planting Initiative networks church planters and provides human and financial resources to assist in planting and replanting churches. It is a joint venture of Gospel Literature Outreach, Counties, the Church Growth Trust and Partnership, and each of these bodies nominates two trustees to CPI.
The Enable training network is an information hub and forum for training involving several Christian organisations and churches. We are seeking to support local churches in the training and equipping of church leaders, evangelists and church planters throughout the UK. Go to http://enabletraining.org/ for a listing of training options across the country.
Christian Brethren Archive
The Christian Brethren Archive collects documents, books and other materials relating to Brethren history in the UK and elsewhere, and makes them available for study by researchers. It is located at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester (Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PP).
- Website: www.library.manchester.ac.uk/specialcollections/collections/brethren/
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brethren Archivists and Historians Network (BAHN)
The >Brethren Archivists and Historians Network (BAHN) encourages research and writing on the history of the Brethren. It publishes an annual review (The Brethren Historical Review) with articles on Brethren history and personalities. It organises a biannual conference to encourage the study of Brethren history, and encourage writing about it. The next biannual conference is scheduled to be in the summer of 2015 near Cambridge, England. Visit the BAHN website for more details and information, and details of recent conferences.
The Evangelical Alliance
The Evangelical Alliance promotes evangelical unity and truth, and represents evangelical Christianity in the UK and evangelical concerns to the wider world of church, state and society.