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What We Do

Growing Leaders

Three times a year we host leadership training sessions for all our existing and emerging leaders. This is a time for the wider leadership teams across all our churches to come together for inspiration, encouragement and teaching. 

Once a year we also run a 'Leadership Circle' small group for our future church leadership team members. This is a 9 week programme that runs during the autumn tern covering subjects like character, servant leadership, team dynamics, preaching, vision and church finances.

Joint Services

Twice a year we have joint Sunday services where we celebrate together, pray for our city and inspire one another. We also run a creche, children's and youth work.

During one of these services we invite an outside speaker with a significant ministry who understand kingdom and partnership principles. These have included Bishop Paul (Southwell), Mark Greene (LICC), Kristian Thorpe (Arena Church).

Listen to the sermon from our last service below:


We host Spirit-filled worship evenings twice a year where we seek the presence of God and look to be led by Him. It's a time we create to allow the prophetic and other spiritual gifts to be exercised.

Plus we are developing a band of musicians from all of our churches to lead us at some of our corporate gatherings.

Overseas Missions

The network plays an active role in supporting The King's Village in Ghana. We run a UK supporters website, child sponsorship scheme. and take a missions team twice a year over to Northern Ghana for two weeks.

(The pictures across are from our latest trip - you can click through them at your own pace or just watch the automatic slideshow.)

During alternative years we are also looking to take a team out to Eastern europe. This will be a cheaper option and will be over a shorter time period.

Local Missions

We are passionate about sharing the 'good news' in and around our great city.

Through combined efforts we are able to put on evangelistic training and events, social action programmes of a far greater nature than any one of our churches could do on their own.

Reaching the unchurched people of Nottingham with the gospel and the love of Christ will always be a priority.