This is the website of the Christian Enquiry Agency Ltd. We were founded by Churches Together in England, and have since become an independent registered charity No. 1152730, companies House No. 832274. Our registered office is Wilson Carlile Centre, 50 Cavendish Street, Sheffield S3 7RZ.
Our work is entirely dependent on donations and grants from supporters, churches and individuals. No-one who contacts us to ask about Christianity is ever asked for money.
Our aim is to tell people about Jesus Christ and Christianity. We hope and pray that the www.christianity.org.uk website will encourage people to become followers of Jesus – or strengthen their faith if they are already Christians. We believe an active Christian faith can transform and renew a person’s life.
We try to reflect a conventional, moderate Christian view. We do not represent just one denomination or one viewpoint. Where Christians disagree on some issues, we try to reflect those differences fairly.
We are always keen to hear from people. But we will send enquirers only what they ask for. That might be part of the Bible (for example, a Bible account of the life of Jesus); information about their local church, or a reply to a question about the Christian faith. We won’t send additional material unless it is requested. Each enquirer receives an individual, personal response from an experienced person.
If you want to get in touch, please email email@example.com.
The Christianity.org.uk website and personal responses to enquirers reflect a conventional, moderate Christian faith. They do not represent any one denomination, but all of them. If Christians take different views on a subject, all viewpoints are explained in an unbiased way.
No one is ever visited, phoned or sent a communication they did not request. We also try to ensure that information is not requested for third parties, so no one unexpectedly receives something requested by a well-meaning (or possibly malicious) acquaintance.
If the Agency is contacted by a child, we include a courteous letter to a parent or carer in what we send to the postal address. It explains who we are and invites communication if there is any uncertainty. If children ask for email contact, it is dealt with by people who have experience and safeguarding clearance, and who are monitored for accountability.
We explicitly ask for donations on this website, seen by Christians and churches. Because we do that we never have to ask for donations on Christianity.org.uk, seen by those who are enquiring about Jesus.
If you are able to help us continue, we would be very grateful.