At the heart of IMC is a faithful community of believers that is diverse and ever-changing, and always building relationships.

Our community includes returning mission workers, students, staff, and a wide-range of people from all over the UK on a journey of discipleship. There are several things we do together to build relationship, and share lifetogether.



In partnership with The Conservation Volunteers – the IMC community has recently constructed an allotment on our grounds. We are excited about the project for several reasons: the revival of underutilised space, the potential to welcome and engage people from the local neighbourhood, an example of creation care, the promotion of healthy lifestyles, and the promise of organic food for our kitchen. We will keep you posted when our first crop is harvested! If you would like to get involved in this project, please contact



The IMC Library has over 3,300 books on topics such as Doctrine, Church History, Missiology, New Testament, Old Testament, Other Religions and Theology. It is primarily used by our own students, Moorlands Midlands students and local ministers, and provides a space for study and reflection.

The library is constantly being updated and upgraded and numerous new titles are added regularly. External users of the library can not only take out our books, but use our lounge and kitchen area to enjoy a hot drink whilst they study.

Anyone is welcome to join the library for an annual fee of £12, which allows users to take books off site as well as use all of our on-site facilities.

Our library at IMC



At IMC we seek to be a worshipping missional community. Our staff and residents all meet to pray together every morning at 8.30 am, where we follow a passage of scripture and pray for one another and the wider world; visitors to IMC are always welcome to join this community activity. Groups or individuals are also welcome to come to IMC for quiet days and use the Chapel, and the prayer walk in our garden.