EFAC recognizes the following organizations as fellow workers in the mission to encourage and develop biblically faithful teaching and mission. Note: there are doubtless many other organizations with which we will be honored to partner–we just haven’t formed the necessary links yet. Watch this space!
Church Society: An organization that exists “to strengthen local churches in biblical faith and to help shape the Church of England now and for the future.” This Fellowship was first brought to worldwide attention, and its doctrinal basis published, in the Society’s journal, Churchman here.
Cranmer College, Durham: A diverse Evangelical Christian college for theological training.
GAFCON (Global Anglican Future Conference) The Gafcon movement is a global family of authentic Anglicans standing together to retain and restore the Bible to the heart of the Anglican Communion.
Intervarsity Fellowship: An organization that promotes evangelical teaching in the university setting. A part of the International Federation of Evangelical Students.
Langham Partnership: A global network founded by John Stott to promote and teach biblical preaching, enhance evangelical theological education through doctoral scholarships, and foster the creation and distribution of evangelical literature in the majority world.
Lausanne Movement: An organization led by John Stott, Billy Graham, and others to serve as a world-wide evangelical and missional forum.
Moore College: “A community of men and women who long to see faithful ministry which honours the Lord Jesus Christ in all the world.”
New Wine: An international movement for charismatic renewal and Kingdom ministry in the local church.
Oak Hill Theological College, London: A college that “aims to provide the best possible training for gospel ministry” by increasing “knowledge of God and his Word…”
Oxford Center for Religion and Public Life, Oxford: A robustly evangelical and international organization applying the Christian religion to public life.
Regent College, Vancouver: A vibrantly evangelical and rigorously academic school for theological studies.
Ridley Hall, Cambridge: An evangelical Anglican college providing “rigorous study of Scripture, Christian tradition, and contemporary thinking…”
Ridley Institute: “The Institute seeks to spread the flame of the Gospel by recruiting, equipping, and deploying Christian leaders formed in the Gospel centrality of the Anglican Tradition.”
Ridley Theological College: Provider of on line and in class Bible-based theological education.
St Andrews, Kabare; An evangelical and ecumenical college, providing biblically appropriate theological education and more.
St Pauls, Limuru: An evangelical and ecumenical, Christ-centered college in Kenya, with students and staff from around the world.
Trinity College, Bristol: An Anglican evangelical theological and ministry training center where students are encouraged to “live like the Kingdom is near”.
Trinity School for Ministry, Pennsylvania: An evangelical seminary in the Anglican tradition. In this fractured world, we desire to be a global center for Christian formation, producing outstanding leaders who can plant, renew, and grow churches that make disciples of Jesus Christ.
Uganda Christian University: A specifically evangelical church-founded university that is administered by the Church of Uganda,
Wycliffe College, Toronto: An evangelical graduate school of theology rooted in the Anglican tradition at the University of Toronto. Preparing visionary leaders with Good News for a vibrant church and a changing world.
Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, England: An evangelical college with a mission to “build up the next generation of evangelical scholars and ministers for the glory of God.”