Structure

The Apostolic Church is made up of local churches throughout the United Kingdom, each of which is led by a pastor and a local leadership team. Each relates to other local churches regionally and is overseen by an apostolic leader who provides care, covering and guidance when needed.

The churches function as a movement which is overseen by the National Leadership Team made up of the National Leader and a group of proven, apostolic leaders who provide leadership and governance to the churches including leadership appointments and placements, discipline, matters of policy and legal compliance.

The movement is served by leaders with expertise in finance, youth ministry, children’s ministry, ministry development, women’s ministry and men’s ministry.

The Apostolic Church is in good relationship with the Apostolic Church in other nations, many of which were established as a result of missionary endeavour from the UK and participates in fellowship with other like-minded movements in the UK.