The Christian and Missionary Alliance of Great Britain is part of a global movement with a mission to bring the Good News of Jesus to our own communities and the rest of the world.
The Christian and Missionary Alliance was founded in North America in 1887. The work has since grown world-wide producing indigenous churches in 56 countries and working in 80 which, together, send out over 1300 international workers. A.W.Tozer, known for his spiritually challenging books, was a C&MA leader.
In Britain churches have been planted from Newcastle in the north to London in the south among both English and ethnic communities. Support for workers overseas is focussed in Europe whilst assistance in other mission ministries reaches the Balkans, Africa, Asia and Pacific Island nations.
Historically the C&MA has exalted Christ as our Saviour, Sanctifier, Healer and Coming King (the four elements of our logo). In practice we call for obedience to Christ’s Lordship and a lifestyle following His example of servanthood.
The C&MA Logo comprises 4 elements
the cross represents Christ as Saviour
the jug of oil represents Christ as Healer
the goblet represents Christ as Sanctifier
the crown represents Christ as Coming King