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New Presidents for CTE
Bishop Tedroy Powell and Archbishop Nikitas will succeed Pastor Agu Irukwu and Archbishop Angaelos.
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.
Apocalyptic times call for closer cooperation
CTE's Principal Officer for Mission and Evangelism, Rev Dr Ben Aldous, recently hosted a 'Fresh Expressions taster day' for our Member Churches. He looks back on the event for our Reflection of the Month for July 2021...
“Thirty years have flown by, at least by my recollections”
On 1 September 2020, Churches Together in England (CTE) celebrates the 30th anniversary of its formation. Here Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of CTE, reflects on the last 30 years.
“A Pilgrimage Together, Hand-in-Hand”: Churches Together in England Celebrates 30 Years
On 1 September 2020, CTE celebrates the 30th anniversary of its formation. Here CTE’s General Secretary, Rev Dr Paul Goodliff, reflects on the last 30 years...
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.