Irish Church Missions is an Anglican Church Planting agency that exists to pioneer new and strengthen old churches in Ireland today.
As Christians we hold to the historic Christian faith as expressed in the Apostles and Nicene Creeds.
As Anglicans we hold to the 39 Articles of Religion as containing the true doctrine of the Church agreeing with God’s Word and as authoritative for all Anglicans today.
As Evangelicals we subscribe to the mission of the church as explained in the Jerusalem Declaration 2008.
We are prayerfully seeking to place 10 churches in Dublin by 2028. In order to realise this we are exploring three potential church plants in 2019.
In our attempt to reach Ireland with the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ we are committed to partnering with other Christians, Churches and Networks in order to achieve this aim. Our current contacts are with
Current ICM supported churches
Although we say that each church is involved in real spiritual battles, it seems particularly pronounced in Ireland today. An aggressive secularism mixed with a demonstrable hardness towards the gospel, even in some traditional/established churches, is silencing the good news from being heard. We desperately need God’s protection and enabling. This type of partnership is the easiest to give lip service to and the most difficult to sustain, so we want to express this partnership by encouraging you to persevere in your prayers for us.
In each case, when prompted, be sure to specify how you would like your money to be used
Olive Stewart Operations Manager
Ruth Bridcut Women’s Worker
Davood Kami Iranian Church Plant Pastor
Mark Smith City Church Dublin, Pastor
Kieron Lynch Immanuel Church Dublin, Pastor
Duncan Candler Church Planting Resident with City Church
Rev’d Cameron Jones Pioneer Evangelist for Church Planting
Rev’d Ivan De Lima Goncalves (TBC)
Rev’d David Martin Director
Colin Logue Secretary
Sally Office Administrator.
Bishop Wallace Benn Chairman
Bishop Ferran Glenfield. Honorary President
ICM is governed by a board of Trustees comprised from Bishops,
ministers and lay Anglicans from Ireland, Scotland, England and Northern Ireland.
When it comes to churches in Ireland today, even if we were to plant or support 100 gospel driven, Bible loving, Jesus focused, Spirit filled, God honouring, self-abasing churches, we would need twice as many again.