11 June 2015
Fulcrum joins Evangelical Alliance membership
Fulcrum, a network of evangelical Anglicans seeking to renew the centre of the evangelical tradition and the centre of Anglicanism and act as a point of balance within the Church of England, joined the Evangelical Alliance's membership earlier this year.
Fulcrum and the Alliance share a desire to see the various strands within evangelicalism drawn together by a shared outlook that flows from historic evangelicalism's commitment to scripture, the cross, conversion and mission.
Commenting on Fulcrum joining the Alliance as an organisational member, a spokesman said: "Fulcrum exists to ensure that the historic evangelical voice within the Church of England remains strong, relevant and articulate.
"We are keen to be open to wisdom from other wings of the Anglican Church but also to our fellow evangelicals in other denominations and in free churches. That's why we wanted to join the Evangelical Alliance –to be in closer relationship with evangelicals all around the country who are faithfully doing God's work."
Fulcrum represents a balanced evangelicalism that is wholehearted in its commitment to Christ, its practice of truth and its mission to the world. They provide original articles, detailed analysis, reliable news, a virtual library and online discussion.
The Evangelical Alliance is the largest body serving evangelical Christians in the UK. From Skye to Southampton, from Coleraine to Cardiff, we work across 79 denominations, 3,600 churches, 600 organisations and thousands of individual members.
The Alliance believes the Church is key to long-lasting change in our country and that by working closely with our amazing members, we can transform our communities with the good news of Jesus.