St John’s with St Peter’s is part of the Church of England. We are affiliated to the North West Partnership of churches – a group of Bible believing evangelical churches in the north west of England and north Wales.
We work closely with and support a number of other Christian organisations– local, national and international – in prayer, with our time and financial gifts. A number of church members work for or are involved in serving other Christian organisations.
The mission partners we work alongside include:
Northern Inter Schools Christian Union exists to provide children and young people with knowledge and understanding of the Christian faith. NISCU works in schools across the North West of England through local volunteer support groups and employed schools workers. We are supported by voluntary donations from individuals and churches across many denominations.
Living Word Carlisle is an interdenominational Bible teaching event associated with the Keswick Convention, that meets under the banner “All One in Christ Jesus”. This vision is to bring Christians from different backgrounds together for quality Bible teaching and worship through an annual series of meetings over 2 days normally in the second week of May.
Visit livingwordcarlisle.org.uk for more information.
Sharing God’s love for the whole city, through the whole church in words and in actions.
X:site Carlisle is an event for age 7-11 years old which meets every two months. It is run in partnership with local churches and supported by Scripture Union.
X:site Carlisle is a fast-moving event that manages to pack games, videos, dramas and music into two hours.
North West Partnership
The North West Partnership (NWP) is a group of ordinary, local churches who are passionate about the extraordinary message of Jesus Christ, and committed to supporting, encouraging and equipping each other in the task of getting that life changing message out across our region. The NWP is classically evangelical in conviction, believing that God has revealed Himself in the pages of the Bible, as they speak about Jesus.
The NWP comprises various denominations and none, but we are convinced that as we help each other in training leaders, encouraging ministers, planting churches, inspiring Sunday School teachers and youth workers, and helping Christians to keep the teaching of God’s Word at the centre of church life, that God will grow his church.
The Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) is a mission society that seeks to promote gospel growth in areas covered by the Church of England (principally in England, but also in other parts of Europe) by supporting Anglican churches and individuals both within and outside present Church of England structures.
London City Mission
London City Mission exist to serve the church of London in sharing the love of God and the good news of Jesus Christ with the least reached of London. Their calling is to go to the least reached of London – those living in poverty, on the margins of society or from other cultures. The gospel is at the heart of all they do, because London needs Jesus.
SASRA’s Ministry is one of personal evangelism among the armed forces. Uniquely they are permitted, subject to Chaplain’s recommendation and Commanding Officers’ permission, to visit soldiers and airmen in their accommodation, work and recreation areas. This is done with a view to befriending them and introducing them to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Operation Mobilisation (OM)
OM works in over 110 countries, motivating and equipping people to share God’s love with people all over the world. OM seeks to help plant and strengthen churches, especially in areas of the world where Christ is least known.
Church Mission Society (CMS)
The CMS is a community of people in mission who want the world to know Jesus. It started over 200 years ago by a group of Christians whose hearts were stirred to put their faith into action, including people like William Wilberforce, John Venn and John Newton. The shape of mission has changed since then, but CMS still shares in the pioneering, evangelistic, relational and faithful spirit of its founders.
Hugo and Techi Vergara – Argentina
As a Church we support, Hugo and Techi Vegara who are based in Argentina.
Hugo is a long-standing CMS Latin partner in the Diocese of Northern Argentina. He is pastor for St Andrew’s and Prince of Peace churches in Salta and Grace Church in Tucuman. He also has pastoral oversight of the Urban Ministries in Northern Argentina.
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. Our mission is to guard the unchanging, transforming Gospel of Jesus Christ and to proclaim Him to the world. We are founded on the Bible, bound together by the Jerusalem Statement and Declaration of 2008, and led by a Primates Council, which represents the majority of the world’s Anglicans.