The second edition of The Black UK Christian Directory is available to purchase for just £7 which includes postage!. To purchase the Go to the BUY NOW button at the bottom of this page. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery.
This acclaimed publication was specifically designed as a tool for networking with Black–majority and Black–led churches, charities, advice and information sources and any form of community organisation or business which are run by, or provides a service for Black and minority ethnic Christians.
The print version contains 1900+ listings of Black churches across the country, including addresses, phone numbers and email addresses plus details of leading Black denominations including the New Testament Church of God, the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and the Church of God of Prophecy. The Black UK Christian Directory also lists information of Christian businesses, para-church organisations and voluntary groups. This networking tool is a must have!
Why not register your Church, community group, charity, organisation or business in the Black UK Christian Directory! The cost of an entry is just £20.00. You will be included in the online directory immediately! You can fill in your details and make your payment online, securely by PayPal. If you prefer you can request an application form by emailing email@example.com or by calling 0845 193 4431 for further details. Payment of £20 must be made by cheque or postal order payable to Keep The Faith Limited and posted to PO Box 574, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 9BW
If you would like to submit a paid listing, please go to the ‘ADD LISTING’ button at the top of the page. The cost for submitting a listing is just £20
The Black Christian Directory is published in association with Keep the Faith magazine – Britain’s leading Black community-focused publication, promoting and supporting Faith and Family Values. KTF is delivered nationwide direct into Black-led, Black-majority churches, community groups, businesses, organisations and also selected Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda and Morrison supermarkets in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds!
It’s estimated that up to 68%of Britain’s black population regularly attend church, and Black majority churches are considered the most prosperous, influential and stable institutions within Britain’s African and Caribbean community and are regularly contacted by Government, local councils, statutory bodies, charities and professional organisations seeking to engage with the black community. The majority of our readers cannot be targeted successfully through any other newspaper or magazine! For more information about Keep The Faith visit www.keepthefaith.co.uk