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January 22nd, 2015

Forming Multicultural Partnerships: Church Planting in a…


For the church to be relevant to a culturally and ethnically diverse Britain it cannot be separated along these lines. There is a prophetic call on Christians to partner together and see God’s heart to unite all nations. By planting multi-ethnic churches and forming multicultural partnerships, God’s kingdom of people from every culture and nation will begin to emerge and impact our divided society.

This book is full of practical applications and theological insights for church planters, church leaders and all involved in missional endeavours in the UK.


‘This work offers an insightful analysis of the emerging situation and explores ways in which the church can embrace and celebrate differences.’

Dr John Drane, Fellow of St John’s College, University of Durham

‘The authors … offer many practical suggestions to encourage partnership and multicultural initiatives.’

Dr Stuart Murray Williams

‘A timely and rare contribution to a growing debate.’

Rev Dr Martin Robinson, Principal of Springdale College: Together in Mission, and the CEO of Together in Mission

‘Every chapter is filled with powerful insights that, if taken seriously, will make all our work a lot easier.’

Harvey Kwiyani, founding director of Missio Africanus and author of Sent Forth: African Missionary Work in the West

About the authors

Andy is the Programme Director for Springdale College: Together in Mission’s Undergraduate Theology and Mission degree programmes. He has planted two churches and three missional communities.

Dan is the National Coordinator for the Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Great Britain and Ireland network of churches, which seeks to express missional engagement through church planting and reverse mission opportunities.

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