All Nations remains part of the Assemblies of God network – see http://www.aog.org.uk for more information. We are glad to be involved with the network.
There is also a growing network developing around the apostolic ministry of Steve Uppal. ‘Apostolic ministry’ means he is called, like the many and varied apostles in the New Testament and throughout church history, to plant churches and to be a ‘father’ or ‘master-builder’ to churches and pastors.
The closest connection in the network is those congregations that are established by All Nations or choose to become part of the one church. All Nations is becoming a multi-site church with a number of congregations, some for different language groups and some geographical.
There are also certain pastors and leaders looking to Pastor Steve for wisdom, encouragement and direction and certain churches that are looking at the possibility of becoming part of the network while remaining separate churches.
The network is developing slowly and steadily because Pastor Steve’s main concern is that it should be a relational network. His aim is a network that truly reflects the New Testament emphasis on local churches and apostolic teams being built on relationships formed by the Holy Spirit rather than on function or ministry. Rick Kaul and Chris Horton currently assist Pastor Steve in connection with the network.