Tag Archives: BMCs

PARTNERSHIP IN MISSION – PRESS RELEASE

What does the future of the UK church look like? What is the black majority church and how does it feature in the bigger picture? How is it partnering in mission with the wider UK church? What dynamic is created … Continue reading

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Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) presence within British Historic Churches

The phenomenon of Reverse Missions, that is, Africans, Asians and South Americans doing mission in Europe and North America is becoming well documented. PHDs are being written as I write this, books are also being published and careers have been … Continue reading

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The First African Pentecostal Church in Europe (1906-Present)

The year 2006 marks the centenary celebrations of the first African Pentecostal Church in Britain. This Church, now known as Sureway International Christian Ministries, was founded by the late Rev. Thomas Kwame Brem-Wilson around 1906. The year 1906 is very … Continue reading

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