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Christians all over the world are praying this week, 18-25 January, for Christian Unity. From large events in cathedrals to tiny services in small chapels, the same story will be heard.
Cross Cultural Ministry in Woking (Across) brings together Christians from churches in the area, focusing on sharing faith across cultures.
An interesting journey has taken place over the past year, as the group in Liverpool has grown together in mutual understanding and a shared vision, with the Gospel at the centre.
Annual celebration service in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford on 2nd February.
Melksham Family of Churches annual Year 5 Pilgrimage for schools is a wonderful example of this unity.
The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR) has launched a new small group resource as part of a national programme called Money Makes Change.
Police Inspector Marie Reavey shares about the exciting opportunities for churches and police to partner together in their communities…
A day conference from CTE, Westminster College and Wesley House, on Saturday 6 June in Cambridge. For those involved in LEPs or working ecumenically at the local level. Keynote: David Ford; workshops: National Ecumenical Officers.
John Anderson, DEO for Oxfordshire, shares his personal reflections on the recent Ecumenism Today conference.
On Saturday 8 February 2020 at Westminster Abbey, the Society for Ecumenical Studies brings together Susan Durber and Paul Goodliff to reflect on The Church: Towards a Common Vision and Principles of Christian Law.
CTE's statement of 22nd November 2019
Raymund Donnelly founded Pause for Hope in Liverpool in 2009, providing a space for those affected by cancer to come together in prayer

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