About Our Church
The Manchester International Church of Christ is part of a fellowship of congregations who are bonded by the cross of Christ. We make our best efforts to love God and each other. We believe that the Bible is the word of God and is a marvellous guide for daily living. We appreciate the forgiveness that comes through Jesus Christ and are eager to share this good news with others.
Our modern origins go back to 1982. A handful of Christians moved to London specifically to establish a congregation that could take the message of Jesus to our capital city and beyond. Over the last 25 years churches have been planted from London to Birmingham (1988), Manchester (1989), Edinburgh (1991) and many other cities in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Now in 2008 over 1000 people meet each Sunday around the United Kingdom and Ireland. We are a multi-cultural, multi-racial group and this is reflected in our heritage of planting churches abroad as well as training and sending missionaries to the Indian Subcontinent, Africa, South Asia and many other places around the world. We sponsor the benevolent organization HOPE worldwide.
Our fellowship of congregations is grouped together within a national framework called ICC Missions which is a registered Charity.