Intermediate or 'County' Bodies
The Churches and their leaders meet together throughout England in county and large metropolitan areas.
County bodies are sometimes called 'Intermediate Bodies' as they exist between the national and the local.
Most county bodies have a person appointed by the network of regional church leaders. These people are known as 'County Ecumenical officers', or CEO's for short. Many have 'development' or 'mission' in their job titles while others are called co-ordinators or facilitators. Each county body is autonomous, though in practice they often work with each other and with Churches Together in England.
Below is a list of the county bodies of Churches Together in England, together with contact details and web links. Keeping this up to date is the responsibility of County Officers.