How it works Connected Church is a simple way to connect with poverty, to see lives transformed - and a chance to change your own community. What do we get? How do we sign up? What do we get? When you sign up to become a Connected Church, you'll receive: Regular emails with all the latest news and stories from your partner with resources to help you tell others in your church A welcome email which will include a certificate and bookmarks to help you launch your link A named contact in our churches team to support your Ambassador Access to photos and other resources to promote your partner Online messaging facility to contact your partner The chance to build a lasting connection with your partner by praying for each other, visiting your partner and making personal friendships, and even inviting your partner to the UK. The opportunity to request a Tearfund speaker to launch your link Your own progress page to see the impact of your giving Access to events and fundraising ideas Resources to help your church address poverty in your local community find your perfect partner How do we sign up? It's simple to sign up - all you need to do is choose a partner to support and then sign up online. You can download this video from the vimeo website You'll create your personal Tearfund account then will be able to sign your church or group up. Watch this video which guides you through the sign up process. find your perfect partner Why partner with usWhy you should use our support for your overseas connection. Why encourage giving?How do we help our churches become generous beyond finances? Good AdviceIf you're linked with a church overseas you can find some handy tips and advice here. FAQsQuestions and answers about Connected Church, finances and going on trips. Contact usGet in touch if you've got any questions - we'd love to hear from you. I went on a trip and thought...When you visit a Partner, it can bring up some challenging questions. Tailored RelationshipsCreate a bespoke relationship for your church, Diocese, network, area or local community. How we workWe are recognised for our professional expertise in development, disaster response, disaster risk reduction and advocacy.