Rejesus has a single focus - it goes to the very heart of Christian life and faith - the person of Jesus Christ himself. Its aim is to reach people who have little previous knowledge of Jesus or the Christian faith and to encourage a step or two of faith. Every visitor has the opportunity to delve into engaging material and respond to it by giving their opinion, praying a prayer or asking a tough question. Friendships are created in the Community section and people are taking steps of faith.
Rejesus is editorially independent from any single denomination or organisation. But its management group represent the thoughts of all mainstream Christian denominations and organisations in the UK. Rejesus is a company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales no 4356525 and a registered charity no 1093647. Registered office: 27 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9HH.
Statement of Belief
Rejesus.co.uk does not have its own “Statement of Belief”, but operates under “The Basis” of Churches Together in England and taking into account the “Basis of Faith” of the Evangelical Alliance. Rejesus.co.uk is an agency of Churches Together in England.
Donors who have or currently support the site are:
Alliance of Asian Christians, Baptist Union of Great Britain, Bible Society, Catholic Agency to Support Evangelisation (CASE), Christian Enquiry Agency, Church Mission Society, Church of England, Church of Scotland, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, Churches Together in England, Congregational Federation, Deo Gloria Trust, The Epworth Fund, Evangelical Alliance, Group for Evangelisation, The Jerusalem Trust, Lutheran Council of Great Britain, Methodist Church, Moravian Church, ReSource, Salvation Army, Scripture Union, United Reformed Church, The United Society for Christian Literature, Youth for Christ.
The Directors of rejesus come from a range of UK Christian groups and denominations, including:
Christian Enquiry Agency
Church of England
Churches Together in England Group for Evangelisation
Deo Gloria Trust
Roman Catholic Church (CASE)
Youth for Christ
The site has been warmly commended by:
The General Secretary of the Evangelical Alliance
The Archbishop of Canterbury
The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster
The Moderator of the Free Churches
The Most Revd and Rt Hon Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
I welcome the Rejesus website as a vital element in communicating the Gospel afresh. Its mix of image, word and personal story, its emphasis on community and its consistently high quality make it a fine resource for reaching many who may know little or nothing of Jesus Christ.
Joel Edwards, General Director, Evangelical Alliance
Rejesus.co.uk is a fascinating mix of interactive discovery and spiritual tranquillity, all of which serves to both educate and challenge whilst honouring Christ. Culturally accessible, one of its greatest strengths is the ability to enable enquirers to explore Jesus at their own pace. Highly recommended for all who want to know Jesus, or make him known.
David Coffey, former General Secretary, Baptist Union and Moderator of the Free Churches Group
I am impressed with the way the rejesus.co.uk website emphasises evangelism, and puts all its effort into reaching those who don’t (yet) go to church. It is edgy and interesting while holding to a very high quality of presenting the Gospel. The balance of fact, image and testimony, and the chance to respond to the challenge of Jesus Christ make this website one of the vital tools in the evangelist’s locker. I commend it thoroughly.
This page tells you about how this site fits into the wider network of Church, Christian and Faith organisations in the UK, how it has been supported and how it is endorsed.
Rejesus is looking for new content contributors: artists, writers, thinkers, coders, film makers, creatives. If you have a great proposal get in contact.
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