We have strong links with Christians in Angola and Argentina. Archie Patterson left St Clement's in Toxteth for Africa in 1910 and began preaching the Gospel. In 1925 he went to the north of Angola and established the North Angola Mission, including many churches and schools.
TAC LAWNA UK (a fruit of prophecy) is an offshoot of The Apostolic Church Nigeria, LAWNA Territory under the leadership of Pastor (Dr) G.O. Olutola JP who doubles as the National President of TAC Nigeria and the LAWNA Territorial Chairman.
The Iranian Liverpool Church is part of the Elim Church Group, which began around 2007. Originally it began in 2004, when Lionel and Carol Canter were responsible for the church's pastoral care and worked with a group of refugees of different nationalities at a language college. The college formed part of their in-town service in Liverpool and Kensington. Several different groups were formed to provide better facilities for those students who were interested in learning more about Christianity.