Global Connections

Global Connections is a charitable organisation acting as a UK network of mission agencies, churches, colleges and support agencies involved in evangelism around the world. Amongst the several hundred organisations and churches that are members of the Global Connections network are many of the most prominent Christian faith-based organisations as well as many major organisations involved in relief and development. The mission statement for the Global Connections network reads:

"Mission at the heart of the church, the church at the heart of mission."

Global Connections sees encouraging churches to become more involved in global issues, including world mission, as one of its key purposes. As part of this they seek to provide opportunities for church leaders to engage with the leaders of mission agencies.

Global Connections also endeavours to bring together those who work in similar areas or to direct them to where they can find help on practical, legal or missiological issues. As part of this they organise approximately 20 forums, where members can meet with and learn from those who share similar concerns and can become involved in joint projects and co-operative actions.

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