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The Rock Church Centre,

Links With Other Churches

    The Rock Church Centre has many links with churches and Christian organisations, both in England and elsewhere in Europe.

    Newsham Group Of Covenanted Churches

    Since 1989 we have been part of the Newsham Group of Covenanted Churches. Our partners in this group are St John Chrysostom's Church of England, Queens Road, St Margaret's Anfield, Church of England, St Michael's Catholic Church, West Derby Road and Trinity Methodist Church, Tuebrook.We share in united services and lenten groups as well as occasional social events.

    Further information about the Newsham Group of Churches

    Liverpool District Council of the United Reformed Church

     Full listing of Churches

    Other United Reformed Churches

    We have particular links with Bitterne Park URC, Southampton, Blundellsands URC, Christ Church URC, Port Sunlight, and Hinckley URC. Many other local United Reformed Churches also support our work. We are very grateful for their continuing support.


    The Rock Church Centre wishes to associate itself with the aims and work of GEAR, the GROUP for EVANGELISM AND RENEWAL within United Reformed Church.

    Further information about GEAR


    BASIS is a network of United Reformed Churches, ministers and members committed to restoring the authority of the Bible to its proper place within the church. The Rock Church is pleased to be associated with BASIS.

    Further information about BASIS

    Hungarian Reformed Church

    Our links with the Hungarian Reformed Church are principally with
    the Home of Hope Christian Centre, Brasov, Romania,
    The Reformed Church in Oradea, Romania and also with
    Kelenfold Reformed Church, Budapest, Hungary

    Together For The Harvest

    The vision of Together For The Harvest (TFH) is for every man, woman and child in the Mersey Region to have an opportunity to hear, understand and respond to the Gospel. By organising events for Leaders and events for Churches TFH is encouraging unity and strength among Christians. TFH is also developing strategies for reaching the unchurched, beginning with Neighbourhood Houses of Prayer.

    Along with other evangelical churches on Meresyside we are part of this new organisation which is a successor to Merseyside Evangelical Alliance Trust and North West Christian Leaders.

    For further information on TFH please write to:

    PO Box 332
    Liverpool L69 1XT



    L'Arche is an international ecumenical community where people with learning, and often physical, disabilities live in community houses supported by a number of assistants. Typically a house will have between 3 and 6 residents supported on a one to one basis. In Liverpool there are 5 such houses plus a workshop and a retail shop.

    Further information about L'Arche.

    Community for Reconciliation

    The Community for Reconciliation has been formed to give a high priority to mission and peace. It seeks through the guidance of the Holy Spirit to show the fruit of love, joy and peace. The community has a residential centre, Barnes Close, in the Wasely Hills just south of Birmingham. In addition it has a nationwide network of members, friends and link houses. The Rock is a link house. More information about the work of the community can be obtained from its pastoral leaders, Revd's John & Joan Johansen-berg on 01562 710231.

    Further information on The Community for Reconciliation

    Evangelical Alliance

     The Rock Church Centre is pleased to be a member of the Evangelical Alliance



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This page has been set up by the minister of The Rock Church Centre, Liverpool and the views contained in them do not necessarily reflect the views of the Mersey Province or the United Reformed Church as a whole.

Last updated 11th March 2001 - Edited by Ian H. Ring

Copyright The Rock Church Centre, Liverpool. Ian H. Ring