Introducing the AECW

AECW is a fellowship of churches in Wales which seeks to promote co-operation in fellowship and witness between all churches that embrace the evangelical faith. The passion of AECW churches is to proclaim the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to Wales and the world. We are praying that the Lord will bless all Gospel churches and pour out his Holy Spirit on his people and on the nations. Read more about the AECW here...

  • Recent News

    1. AECW House Party 2020

      The AECW Annual House Party is an excellent weekend of ministry and fellowship. This year's House Party will be held from Friday 1 May to Sunday 3 May at Hebron Hall, Dinas Powys.

      11.Feb.2020
    2. Annual Assembly and Conference 2020

      Our Annual Conference will be held held on Saturday 16 May at Newtown Evangelical Church.

      11.Feb.2020
    3. Paul Daniel's Ministry

      Paul Daniel began a new ministry on 1 September 2018 in fellowship with AECW providing training and encouragement to churches in evangelism.

      10.Feb.2020
    4. Reformission Wales

      Reformission Wales is an AECW initiative to plant new churches and strengthen existing churches. For more information click on the heading or visit the Reformission Wales website, www.reformissionwales.com

      09.Feb.2020
    5. Itinerant Preachers' Network

      AECW's ReformissionWales initiative includes the Itinerant Preachers' Network. Regular training and fellowship days are held in Swansea.

      07.Feb.2020
    6. North Wales Quinta Youth Weekend 2020

      The Youth Weekend for young people from churches in North Wales will be held on the weekend in March at Quinta Conference Centre, near Oswestry.

      06.Feb.2020
    7. Latest News of Missionaries sent from AECW Churches

      We receive regular news from some of the missionaries who have been sent from AECW churches. Click on the heading to read more.

      10.Aug.2018
    8. Affinity Resources for Churches and Christians

      AECW is a Corporate Partner in Affinity, which is a fellowship of more than 1200 churches in the UK and Ireland together with more than 20 evangelical agencies. You can find a variety of useful resources on the Affinity website - www.affinity.org.uk

      19.Feb.2017
    9. Audio Files of Addresses at Annual Conference

      Audio files of the main addresses at our Annual Conference are now available to download.

      25.Jan.2017
    10. Affinity Briefing Paper - Responding to the Marriage Downgrade

      Affinity has prepared an excellent briefing paper on "Responding to the Marriage Downgrade." The briefing paper provides information and advice to Christians and churches in the light of the change to the legal definition of marriage in England and Wales.

      20.Oct.2016
    11. North East India Link

      ICI are very familiar initials that are about to take on a new meaning for AECW churches. No, we haven't entered into a sponsorship deal with the industrial giant Imperial Chemical Industries but are forming a spiritual partnership with the Independent Church of India based in Manipur, North East India.

      02.May.2016
    12. Affinity - Salt and Light Papers

      Affinity has created a library of Salt and Light Papers containing selected articles and reports which have appeared in The Bulletin. They are published as Salt and Light Papers because they continue to provide current information on a wide range of social issues affecting Christians and Churches.

      01.Nov.2012
    13. Redefining Marriage

      Christian Concern and the Christian Legal Centre have published a very helpful booklet "The Truth about Same-sex Mariage."

      07.Aug.2012
    14. Freedom of Speech - Street Evangelism

      Christian Concern and the Christian Legal Centre have just published a very helpful booklet on the law relating to Street Evangelism. Click on the heading to read more and download the booklet.

      28.Jul.2012
    15. 21st Century Evangelicals - the Evangelical Alliance Survey

      Earlier this year the Evangelical Alliance published a survey giving "A snapshot of the beliefs and habits of evangelical Christian in the UK." The research was undertaken by Christian Research and over 17000 people took part.

      14.May.2011

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