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Keeping up the momentum – an update on CTE’s racial justice work

Our General Secretary, Rev Dr Paul Goodliff, gives an update on the racial justice work being undertaken by Churches Together in England.

Pentecostal Credit Union – 40th Anniversary

The Pentecostal Credit Union has just celebrated its 40th anniversary. The PCU's Head of Marketing and Communications, Elaine Bowes, explains its origins, philosophy and what it offers today.

Can the Church get into recovery?

The Director of Evangelism and Growth for the Methodist Church, Rev Trey Hall, shares our Reflection of the Month for February 2021.

Praying for the Paramedics

The Lead Chaplain of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Lynda Logan, shares an insight into the challenges of ministering to 'our green family' in the current pandemic, along with a poem written by a frontline paramedic.

The Archbishop of Canterbury Asks People To Reflect and Pray for the Nation

The Archbishop of Canterbury, a President of Churches Together in England, has appeared on the BBC, reflecting on the tragic milestone of more than 100,000 people across the UK losing their lives to coronavirus.

Holy Week Voices from the Holy Land

This new prayer resource, published by one of CTE's Bodies in Association, the Friends of the Holy Land, brings the reality of Easter in the Holy Land to life.

Abiding in Christ: reflections ahead of WPCU 2021

A reflection for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021, from CTE's General Secretary, Rev Dr Paul Goodliff.

Lent study 2021 – The Poet’s Gospel

Former CTE General Secretary, David Cornick, reviews this year's Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Lent study.

Churches called to unite in prayer for our NHS

Churches across England are encouraged to join together in a sustained commitment to pray for our National Health Service.

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