It’s just two months until the CTE Forum 2022 – the broadest ecumenical gathering in the country – where people from our Member Churches will mingle with delegates from our Bodies in Association, Co-ordinating Groups, Intermediate Bodies and partner organisations. It will be a fantastic opportunity to meet and build relationships with a diverse gathering of Christians from all over England.
The theme of the whole event – taking place from 14 to 16 March – is Reconciling Hope: A broken church for a broken world. Delegates will hear from a line up of world-class speakers who will be reflecting on bringing the good news of Christ to a world turned upside down by the Covid pandemic. They will be tackling different aspects of reconciliation including:
- Reconciling communities
- Reconciling people with God
- Reconciliation with the earth
Three of CTE’s Presidents – Archbishop Justin Welby, Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Archbishop Nikitas – will be presenting.
Other keynote speakers include author and theologian, Professor Anthony Reddie from the University of Oxford on reconciling communities – being good news in fractured society and Canon Dr Ruth Valerio, Global Advocacy and Influencing Director for Tearfund, on reconciling people to planet earth: the task of being good news to a world in climate emergency.
Book your place
CTE Forum is a delegate conference. To attend the gathering at The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire, you need to be an official delegate of one of our Member Churches, Intermediate Bodies, Co-ordinating Groups or Bodies in Association. Some of these organisations still have places in their delegations available and you can put your name down for any spare places should they become available.