Join the Mission Community

For over 100 years Church Army was a Society of Evangelists who were trained and sent out to
work across the Anglican Church in the UK and Ireland.

In 2012 we became a Mission Community, recognised by the Church of England, but open to
Christians of all denominations who have a heart for evangelism. This has broadened our
membership and allowed clergy and lay people to join in as members and be part of the growing
movement of Church Army.

Many members are evangelists in their own right, exercising the gift of evangelism and being
part of the mission of God in our lands. Other members work alongside evangelists or support
them in prayer and practical ways, but all have a desire to see people in our lands come to know
the love of God.

Members of the Mission Community agree to live by a Rule of Life; to support the work of Church
Army; and to engage with other members through prayer, worship, gatherings, and financial

To find out more about the Community and how to be part of it, contact the Mission Community

    • Your personal information will only be used to contact you about the Mission Community or training as a Commissioned Evangelist – we will not use it to contact you for any other purpose unless you have given us permission elsewhere. For further information you can read our Privacy Notice.

Support your COMMUNITY

We’d love to talk to you to find out how you could get involved in giving your time and skills to support our work.

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Use this map to discover the breadth of our work both in terms of geographical reach and the type of work we do to make such a difference to individual lives in marginalised communities.

Frontline Projects

Ty Bronna
Wilson Carlile Centre
Waterways Chaplaincy
ENVOY Short Term Mission Trips
Centres of Mission
Marylebone Project
The Amber Project

Type of Work

Work with Elderly
Schools work
Food donations
Food distribution
Church groups
Bible study
Social isolation
Poverty alleviation
Employment & education
Building community
Church Planting / Fresh Expressions
Mental health
Family work
Recreation activities