New President for CTE
Dr Anna Krauss is the incoming President for the Fourth Presidency Group.
CTE Presidents call for a period of prayer leading up to the Coronation
An invitation to Christians from all traditions to join daily prayers for the King and the nation - reflecting the values of community, faith and service.
CTE Presidents urge prayerful support for Ukraine this Christmas
A statement by the Presidents of Churches Together in England, with the support of the Fourth Presidency Group, on Christmas Eve 2022.
CTE statement upon the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II
It is with deep sadness that Churches Together in England receives the news of the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II at home in Balmoral.
A press release on the events of 25 May and the week of prayers on racial justice.
A renewed commitment
A summary statement at the close of the CTE Forum 2022
Ukrainian refugees statement
Statement on the conflict in Ukraine
Made by the CTE Presidents and the Fourth Presidency Group on behalf of CTE Forum 2022
Next CTE General Secretary appointed
We are delighted to announce that Bishop Mike Royal will be joining Churches Together in England
New CTE Presidents sign the Presidents’ Covenant as they take up office
Bishop Tedroy Powell and Archbishop Nikitas take up office as CTE Presidents.
Peace must prevail in Middle East say CTE Presidents
Adding their voices to calls from Jewish and Muslim colleagues for an end to religious hatred and conflict.
Dynamic millennial Pentecostal leader appointed to CTE team
Shermara Fletcher will join the CTE team in March 2021.
CTE’s Pentecostal President calls for prayer for Nigeria
Pastor Agu Irukwu invites the Member Churches of CTE to pray for Nigeria.
CTE’s Orthodox President calls for prayer for Armenian Orthodox Church
Archbishop Angaelos invites the Member Churches of CTE to pray
CTE Presidents call all churches to address racial injustice in church life and wider society
Presidents of Churches Together in England, named below, with the support of the Fourth Presidency Group, have issued a statement calling on churches to travel together on the journey of racial justice.
CTE Presidents’ Statement on the Hagia Sophia
Presidents of Churches Together in England are saddened at the decision of the Turkish Government to change the status of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
Presidents of CTE to listen carefully to black voices
Presidents of Churches Together in England (CTE) are listening carefully to black voices, including young people, black leaders in the churches and those who have worked to combat racism over many years.
Holy Week Statement from British and Irish Church Leaders
British and Irish Church leaders issue a Holy Week statement and are united in response to Covid-19 pandemic.
Light a Candle of Hope: A National Call to Prayer
In the light of the Coronavirus pandemic, Presidents of CTE are calling all churches to a National Day of Prayer and Action on 22nd March.
Churches Together in England Statement on the Fourth Presidency
CTE's statement of 22 Nov 2019 regarding the Fourth Presidency.
Pastor Agu Irukwu becomes new Churches Together in England Pentecostal President
Pentecostal members of Churches Together in England have elected Pastor Agu Irukwu as the next Pentecostal President, serving from 2017-2021.
The appointment of a new Orthodox President for CTE
HG Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom, will serve as the Orthodox President of Churches Together in England from 2017-2021.
Churches Together in England elects first Pentecostal President
Bishop Eric Brown was installed as the first Pentecostal President of CTE in October 2013.