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Global/IDOP: “We cannot stay silent,” says Open Doors UK & Ireland’s CEO

Of all the Christians charities in the UK, why Open Doors? As I approach the last third of my career I have been thinking about the sort of legacy I want to leave behind. I don’t want to waste my time. The most important thing to me is to contribute to building the kingdom of God around the world.…

17 October 2018
Naomi Osinnowo

Church/Keith Getty OBE: "We want new hymns that build deep believers"

In a recent interview with the Evangelical Alliance, the founder of Getty Music in the US and New Irish Choir & Orchestra in the UK, reflects on his heart for music, considers whether this commendation marks a shift in attitudes towards hymns, and shares his hope for the UK church. Your…

24 September 2018
Guest writer

Prayer/What's the fish in your life? And how can you pray to God about it?

After heeding God’s call to full-time Christian ministry, I have discovered His gift for boldly bringing biblical clarity to today’s issues, and I’ve been granted the ability to speak to a worldwide audience about the gospel through my ministry, Leading The Way. Here I would like to share with my…

21 September 2018
Dr Michael Youssef

Society/Prenatal testing for Down’s Syndrome: a slippery slope?

If you don’t know much about Down’s Syndrome testing then, on first viewing, Jane Fisher’s statements on Radio 4 this week might sound appealing. The new non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), she says, is safer and more accurate than the current test, is already available in Wales, is being held…

21 September 2018
Abi Jarvis

Politics/Brexit and 'the Irish question'

After March 2019, the invisible international border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland becomes the land border between the EU and the UK. The issue cannot simply be resolved between the Irish and British governments – the border no longer divides one country from another, but one…

20 September 2018
David Smyth

Society/Four ways to support Christians in the arts

In July 2018 we hosted a roundtable for Christians working in, or supporting those in, the arts. This included church leaders, filmmakers, Christians in fashion and the fine and performing arts, and representatives from Morphē Arts and the Arts Centre Group. The conversation revolved around three…

20 September 2018
Abi Jarvis

Politics/Calls to reform religious education

On 9 September the Commission on Religious Education (CoRE), released their final report, noting in their press release that “religious education must change to better reflect life in modern Britain”. CoRE is an independent commission of the Religious Education Council for England and…

20 September 2018
Peter Mitchell

Politics/Religious freedom: enforcing, empowering or reclaiming?

We’ve noted a few times now that 2018 is the 70th anniversary year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). So far there’s been a fair amount of reflection about where we are with human rights in this country and what still needs to be done. Here I take a look at three different…

20 September 2018
John Coleby

Politics/Hot on the heels of Holyrood

The first week in September signalled the return of Holyrood after the summer recess and with it the new programme for government for the coming parliamentary year. The previous parliamentary session had finished at the end of June with a dramatic week that included a large Cabinet and Ministerial…

20 September 2018
Kieran Turner

Unity/Celebrate with us! Marking five years of the OPC

At the Evangelical Alliance we are fully committed to working together to see a more unified, integrated, and diverse church across the UK, which is why we established the One People Commission (OPC) in 2013. Spearheaded by director Yemi Adedeji, this network connects hundreds of church leaders…

19 September 2018
Rachael Heffer

About us

The Evangelical Alliance is made up of hundreds of organisations, thousands of churches and tens of thousands of individuals, joined together for the sake of the gospel. Representing our members since 1846, the Evangelical Alliance is the oldest and largest evangelical unity movement in the UK.…


Meet the team

The Evangelical Alliance has a dedicated team of staff, board and council members who work in Belfast, Glasgow, Cardiff and London, serving the church locally and nationally in order to help Christians and churches make Jesus known in society.


HOPE: Talking Jesus - the course

The goal is to equip you to make the most of every opportunity to help friends, colleagues and family members to consider Jesus for themselves and to become his followers. The pack includes a DVD or USB with six training videos, plus parable-style films and an accompanying 44-page course booklet.…


France Mission: Envoye

Produced in French, it is fully subtitled in English and combines three interrelated elements: an overview of the biblical theme of mission from Genesis to Revelation; a potted history of the church’s involvement with mission, with a special focus on the contribution of those from the…


Ethos statement & code of conduct

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