About Keep The Faith magazine

Britain’s Black and minority ethnic (BME) Pentecostal churches are among the largest in the country, with several having a regular attendance of 5,000+. For nearly 70 years Britain’s BME churches have provided hope, support, direction, community services, inspirational gospel music and moral guidance to the BME community and beyond. Increasingly, BME churches also run a wide range of community projects that are designed to help the vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the community.

Due to their longevity and the social and spiritual impact they have on their members, BME churches are viewed as the most stable, prosperous and influential institution within BME communities. Organisations and government are now acknowledging that the most effective way of reaching groups within the BME community is by forging working partnerships with the Black and minority-ethnic churches.

Such is the high regard in which these churches have been held in recent years, that some of the most powerful and influential members of society have visited them personally, including Prime Minister Theresa May, former PM David Cameron and HRH The Prince of Wales. Other prominent visitors include civic leaders, MPs, local councillors, heads of charities, community service providers, business leaders and educationalists.

Keep The Faith Editorial Policy

Keep The Faith magazine promotes family values, provides this community with a voice, highlights the need for unity, provides inspirational and aspirational news, and creates a better understanding in an ever-changing environment.

Editorial Content

  • Local and regional community news
  • Features, politics, business news, IT news
  • Interviews/profiles with community figures and role models
  • Education and careers
  • Community and music events nationwide
  • Recruitment, fostering & adoption careers
  • Human interest, health & lifestyles, family and faith

Keep The Faith magazine has been in print since 2005 and was originally launched as an A5 glossy broad sheet.  Since issue 20, the magazine transformed into a 48 page, high quality silk publication.  Keep The Faith magazine is the ONLY publication of its kind in the UK.

If you would like to find out more about Keep The Faith you can read about  ‘Our Team’, our audience, distribution and circulation.  You can also learn why Keep The Faith magazine remains the UK’s leading Black and minority-ethnic community focused publication, that promotes and supports unity, faith and family values.

You can learn about our other products, our website, our acclaimed Eblast service, our every increasing social media presence, our events calendar on our website and in our newly re-launched directory www.keepthefaithdirectory.com

And if you would like to become a contributor to any of our sites, or let us know about someone that we could feature in Keep The Faith, we welcome all contribution, so please get in touch!

Enjoy!

Shirley McGreal

Editor-in-Chief

editorial@keepthefaith.co.uk


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