EFCC

exalting Christ in growing healthy churches.

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Our Vision

The Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches is all about exalting Christ in growing healthy churches. Working together as churches in the UK we are seeking to revitalise a number of our churches, to call pastors, and above all to fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith.   

If you missed the Online Ministry Conference, here are the three excellent papers that we were privileged to hear:

Chris Bennett on ‘Being Christ’s Community in the Community’

Keith Wilson on ‘Evangelism: Challenges and Opportunities’ in and after Covid.’

Greg Strain on ‘The Ministry of the Word and Sacraments.’

 

 

Yes, EFCC does have its own YouTube Channel.

You’ll find short sermons, exciting news from our churches, conference papers, and more.

To visit or subscribe to our channel, just click here.

If you have any ideas for videos that would fit this Channel, do contact Tom Brand.

 

 

 

Every quarter, our in-house magazing is published. infellowship brings you news of EFCC churches, book reviews, pastoral articles and items for prayer.

To access an electronic copy of our most recent edition (and at least five years of back editions) click here.

 

 

W2W

Salt & Light rescheduled.

Full details here

 

we want to achieve this by:

Gospel Truth

Advancing Evangelical Christianity through Independent Churches

Gospel Fellowship

Promoting fellowship and encouraging prayer, co-operation and mutual support for the churches as they witness to the gospel.

Gospel Independence

Promoting fellowship and encouraging prayer, co-operation and mutual support for the churches as they witness to the gospel.

Jesus said...

On this rock I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.

Matthew 16:18 ESV

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  • Droylsden Independent...
    Droylsden Independent Chapel, Greater Manchester Our local fraternal group will meet online this morning. Pray for our pastor Rob as he leads the meeting and brings a paper for discussion. In the evening, the church members will meet online for our regular church meeting.