Christian Life Fellowship aims to bring the gospel of grace to the nations, to demonstrate the love of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to impact and transform lives. As such, we organise missionary trips every year to different countries as we seek to obey the great commission.

Each missionary trip has its own unique assignment ranging from planting new Churches, strengthening local Churches to establishing social action projects or providing humanitarian relief resources.

Church Planting


Christian Life Fellowship believes that the local Church is God’s primary answer to seeing our world won for Jesus Christ. It is our aim to plant as many local Churches as possible as guided by the Holy Spirit. We seek to do this by either planting Christian Life Fellowship Churches or working in partnership with other like-minded ministries.

Evangelism


Christian Life Fellowship seeks to be involved in evangelistic campaigns all over the world in partnership with other ministries. We have been involved with several outreaches in different parts of the world including the countries of Ghana, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and India.

Social Action Projects


Christian Life Fellowship seeks to contribute towards combating poverty and social deprivation in our world  through the implementation of various social solution projects. Through these projects we hope to make a significant contribution in the lives of many orphans, widows and displaced children around the world.

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It is also our aim to empower indigenous nationals around the world with the necessary information and resources to improve their quality of life.

Previously we have been involved in providing resources to combat poverty in the countries of Ghana, Zambia and India. By God’s grace, we have established aChild Sponsorship Projectcatering for the education, healthcare and general welfare of children in developing countries.

If you are interested in getting involved in missions or require more information, email missions@clfi.org, call 020 8858 6482 or visit www.clmi.org.uk.