Mission and Values

The Mission Partnership exists to draw Christian communities from Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas together in mission to:

  • proclaim the good news of the Kingdom of God
  • teach, baptise and nurture new believers
  • respond to human need by loving service
  • seek to transform unjust structures of society
  • strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain the life of the earth.

The above are the 5 Marks of Mission

Mission Partnership Churches

  • acknowledge God’s revelation in Christ
  • confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures
  • are committed to proclaiming the gospel by common witness and service in the world in the power of the Holy Spirit
  • seek a deepening communion with Christ and one another

to the glory of the one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Click below

Sign up to our mailing list

News

Churches Together in Milton Keynes

The Milton Keynes Mission Partnership is being dissolved and our mailing lists will be cancelled.  Our data cannot be transferred to another charity because of data protection rules (GDPR).

A new organisation is being set up by a working group.  We hope and pray that “Churches Together in Milton Keynes” will build strong relationships between churches in Milton Keynes – seeking to encourage ecumenical mission and mutual support.

Sign up to receive updates about “Churches Together”.

read more

United in Prayer for Ukraine

Churches Together in England and Churches Together in Britain & Ireland are supporting Christian Aid to create a moment of prayer and witness for the crisis in Ukraine on Sunday 3rd April, which is Passion Sunday. #WePrayforUkraine

read more

A renewed commitment – press statement from Churches Together in England

CTE Forum 2022 – The Hayes, Swanwick

The Churches Together in England Forum, the broadest ecumenical gathering in the country, ended on 16/3/22 with a renewed commitment that the church is ready to serve a ‘broken world’.

More than 300 delegates from CTE’s 52 national Member Churches, Bodies in Association and partner organisations met to discuss the theme ‘Reconciling Hope: A broken church for a broken world’ viewed through the lenses of racial justice and the climate emergency.

read more