We would love you to consider becoming a member of SAF. We are grateful to the many members already supporting us but we need many more to grow the reach and effectiveness of what we do. Membership is open to Asian and non-Asian individuals, churches and organisations who want to support the vision of SAF.
Members of SAF will automatically become supporters and members of the Evangelical Alliance. Existing members of the Evangelical Alliance can also choose to be members of SAF, at no extra cost. In both cases part of your annual donation to the Evangelical Alliance will be allocated to our vital work. Members also receive the bi-monthly Christian magazine, idea.
You can join the Evangelical Alliance and the South Asian Forum online:
Or if you would like to have a printed form sent to you please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the appropriate form.
Already a member or supporter of the Evangelical Alliance?
Email Manoj Raithatha email@example.com to become a member of SAF at no extra cost.
Steve Uppal, Senior Leader, All Nations Christian Centre, Wolverhampton
I support SAF because I believe in their work of connecting the Church to more effectively reach Asian people in Britain.
Davidson Solanki, Programmes Manager, United Society
“I wholeheartedly support SAF as I strongly believe in unity and collaboration and SAF provides a good platform for sharing experiences, networking and mutual learning.”
Chrishanthy Sathiyaraj, Pastor, Bethany Church:
“I believe that it is important for the full cultural spectrum of the Christian church to be reflected within the Evangelical Alliance. South Asian Forum enables a specific ethnic group to have both a voice and a presence on the national church stage and I want to support SAF in this.”
Sivakumar Rajagopalan (Kumar), Regional Minister, London Baptist Association:
“The South Asian community represent significant unreached people groups within the UK. South Asian Forum of the EA serves to draw together all who long to share the good news of Jesus to South Asians in Britain that in unity we may share the love of God with them. I am very glad to be actively involved in the work of SAF.”