Birmingham’s Commonwealth Games – a God-given opportunity

Ecumenical Development Enabler for Birmingham Churches Together, Robert Mountford, shares how Christians in the city are preparing for next year's Commonwealth Games.

Re-imagining Churches Together groups

A short resource just launched to help local groups to re-focus and find new life. It is written by CEOs and includes practical examples.

Season of Creation: ideas and resources

Ideas for you and your church to respond to the climate emergency and raise awareness amongst your congregation and community.

Transforming discipleship in Telford

Ecumenical Mission Enabler for Telford & Shropshire, Rev Chris Densham, shares the story of #DoYouKnowHimTelford?...

Church leaders condemn racism towards England footballers

Joining with leading Christian sports organisations they call for the combatting and dismantling of racism in all forms.

Dynamic women pivotal in ecumenical church plant

The story of the growth of the single congregation Local Ecumenical Partnership (LEP) in Great Notley in Essex.

Churches pay tribute to Rev Dr Joel Edwards

The ecumenical community shares the sadness of so many at the death of Rev Dr Joel Edwards CBE, who passed away on 30 June 2021, aged 70.

Young Christians’ relay to COP26

A group of young Christians from several of our National Member Churches are walking in relay from Cornwall to Glasgow. Hear directly from one of the young walkers talking part...

3,500 Christians take part in huge South West prayer event

Rediscover Church's Jason Ham reports on South West Awake which took place on Saturday 19 June 2021...

MA in Mission prize winner 2021 announced

Rev Daleen Ten Cate, a minister in the United Reformed Church, writes the winning thesis

Papal honour for ecumenical work

Priscilla Barlow, former Cambridgeshire County Ecumenical Officer, has been made a Dame of St Gregory in honour of her ecumenical work. The Order of St Gregory the Great is the fourth highest Papal order.

Christian Climate pilgrimage begins ahead of G7 Summit

A group from Christian Climate Action have begun a four-day walking pilgrimage from Newquay to Carbis Bay.

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