Anglican Frontier Missions (AFM)

AFM is a mission organization that seeks to plant viable, biblically-based, indigenous churches in areas of the world where there is very little Christian presence, in areas of North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.  AFM offers a variety of mission opportunities:  short-term, associate (2-3 years) and long-term (3+ years).

AFM partners with members of the Anglican Communion from around the world for this endeavor.  There are approximately 104 million Anglicans in the world (D. Barrett & J. Linnell (2008), “Latest Statistics for Global Growth of Anglicanism 1676-2008,” Lambeth Conference, UK.).  AFM’s role is to serve as a catalyst to provinces, dioceses, churches, and individuals so that the gospel extends to all.

As an independent, not-for-profit organization registered by the Internal Revenue Service as 501(c).  AFM receives tax-deductible donations from churches and individuals.

Christ Church members and leadership are praying about participating in an AFM-sponsored short-term mission trip.