Our regular newsletters offer news of the network, point to a range of current resources and reflect on the mission and ministry issues of the day.

Volume 1 – Issue 32

In this time of Covid and lockdown, “Happy New Year!” might seem hard words to hear and to believe. What will the year ahead hold for us? Certainly, the next few months
up until Easter will be challenging for every congregation…

Volume 1 – Issue 31

The Connect Conference is the Annual General Meeting of
the FCC churches when the delegates from the churches
meet together for five key purposes:

First, to receive and approve …

Volume 1 – Issue 30

Hello FCC family this is Max and Vickee and the children here at Gracevine Community Church formerly called Cranley Road Christian Church. It has been a delight to be in God’s mission and an amazing journey for the last three years…

Volume 1 – Issue 29

I am delighted to tell you that the interview panel of the Board of ForMission College, with external representation from the Validating University, have identified a suitable candidate for the post of Principal and Accountable Officer…

Volume 1 – Issue 28

The Buckie Church is going through a season of growth and
testing writes the Minister, Sam Burton. Our online presence
during the lockdown has been extremely successful. My wife,
Brittan has also had a very locally successful ladies Bible study on
Facebook live…

Volume 1 – Issue 27

FCC Connection is changing to a new look with slightly different
content. We are moving to an edition every two weeks instead of
every week. We hope you enjoy the new look and new feel.
It’s also true that the church is undergoing tremendous change…

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