We recognise this by encouraging fellowship with other Christian churches in our area, through joint services and prayer meetings. We also work on projects, such as feeding the homeless and fun days, together.
We support overseas Churches and Christian organisations both practically and prayerfully.Clicking the pictures below will open their website in a new window
Barry left school with no qualifications and became drawn into taking cannabis, amphetamines and LSD. This led to heroin addiction and drug dealing. After being heroin dependent for fifteen years and terms in prison, Barry had a 'religious experience', totally transforming his life. This led him to become an evangelist. He has worked with Christian organisations and studied at Cliff College. He is a contemporary communicator who is humorous, passionate and inspirational. Each year, he speaks at approximately 130 events and contributes to drug related discussions on the BBC, Channel 4 and Sky TV.
The aim of NetWorks is to try to help alleviate poverty and enable transformation in individuals and communities by meeting physical, emotional and spiritual needs. We provide crisis help, encourage self help programs, we run play school and after school programs and encourage micro-enterprises and employment.
Release helps to bring the voice of the persecuted church to fellowships in the UK and Ireland, and also to governments. We regularly ask supporters to campaign on behalf of persecuted Christians by writing letters and using petitions.
RMI is an international, interdenominational evangelistic organisation. Formerly Impact Missions it was founded by George and Hazel Miller to operate as a UK evangelistic organisation. As George travelled and ministered in the wider world his vision expanded and with this new multi cultural, multi racial vision Impact Missions became Reconciliation Ministries International in 1996. George and Hazel travel widely, preaching the full gospel and ministering to those in need. RMI has offices in Kidderminster and Kingston, Jamaica.
The "Stephens Children Home" houses the children of the Family of Martyrs (FOM) who have lost one or both parents as a result of constant religious riots in Nigeria and grave persecution against the Church. The children are being provided with education and every other amenities at no cost in schools operated by Stephens Centre International and Voice of the Christian Martyrs. These schools was started for the express purpose of helping to provide a quality education for the children of these Christian Martyrs.
Alan served for twenty years as a Methodist Minister, including six in Ivory Coast. In 1988 he began to Pastor the Branches. During this time he also worked alongside Rev. George Miller, as Mission co-ordinator and Counselling Supervisor. Alan still serves Branches as an Elder, but now has an itinerant ministry, which has taken him to all over Europe, Africa and Asia. He is used to train in the Word of God and evangelism in the power of the Holy Spirit.Alan is fluent in French and will travel anywhere in the world to teach in French or English.
We are members of the Littleborough Chapter. Churches Together in England is a visible sign in England of the Churches' commitment as they seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with one another, and proclaim the Gospel together by common witness and service. Its strength comes from people from different traditions finding new ways to work and worship together.
PFJ are passionate about the good news of Jesus and believe that it still has the power to change people’s lives. We have a goal to see one million people saved by 2020. This will involve large scale gatherings across the world as well as conversations with someone at a bus stop or over a garden fence. Whilst a million is a lot of people, we never want to lose sight of the value of the individual, hence the banner one in a million. We have so far seen over 25,000 people saved in the last 2 years. We expect to see the miraculous happen on a regular basis as we take the message out to where people are.