Who We're Part Of
Network is part of Churches Together St Albans and Churches Together Harpenden.
Churches Together is an affiliation of Christian churches and communities.
See also Churches Together in Hertfordshire and Churches Together in England
Network is part of the Pioneer group of churches.
Established in 1985, Pioneer is a network of networks, church hubs and ministries committed to church planting, leadership development, training and the support of innovative caring projects.
Billy & Caroline Kennedy, Senior Leaders of New Community, Southampton, lead the network of more than 80 partnership churches of various sizes and with varying structures, that can be found across the UK - with many more associate churches across Europe, Africa, India, Asia, Australia and the USA.
Pioneer is committed to non-religious Christianity, building missional church and working in partnership wherever we can. There is a variety of gatherings throughout the year to encourage and support leaders, in which Network participates, such as the Annual Leaders Conference, Summer School of Theology and the National Churches Forum.
For more information see www.pioneer.org.uk
Network is a member of the EA.
This is the largest and oldest body representing the UK’s two million evangelical Christians. For more than 165 years, the EA has been bringing Christians together and helping them listen to, and be heard by, the government, media and society.
They connect people for a shared mission, whether it’s nurturing a Church culture that is increasingly confident in the gospel, getting involved in community action or lobbying the government for a better society. The EA informs and inspires Christians with resources, analysis and articles about our society, what the Church is doing and how they can get involved. And they represent evangelicals to the media, presenting God’s truth with grace and telling good news stories about the difference Christians are making.
We and the EA believe that Jesus and the Church are the key to long-lasting change in our country - and that by working together, we can transform our communities with the good news of Jesus.
For more information see www.eauk.org