Benefits and Limitations of AWF Membership

  • To be part of a world body under the banner of the AWF.
  • To express unity in diversity thus demonstrate oneness in Christ.
  • To be part of a program of partnership in world missions.
  • To allow networking with AWF member churches.
  • To receive communications and information which will help inspire and build the church.
  • To be an official member at both regional and quadrennial conferences.
  • Not a guarantee that the national church, either singly or collectively, will receive financial or material help.
  • Not a guarantee that missionaries from the C&MA or AWF member churches will be assigned to the applicant’s country.


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About Us

The mission of the Alliance World Fellowship is to facilitate cooperation amongst its members (churches and organizations) as they work for the fulfillment of the Great Commission. The AWF has its roots in the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA). It started as a movement in the 1880’s and developed into a mission-minded denomination with partners in more than 80 countries under a variety of names.

Contact information

Alliance World Fellowship
Driemaster 18
3904 RK Veenendaal

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