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Disrupting injustice – Churches Together in South London
A joint statement from church leaders at the end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Christians across the nation commit to action on racial justice
Churches marked the anniversary of George Floyd’s death on 25 May.
Daily prayers for racial justice: 23-30 May
CTE will be sharing daily prayers on racial justice from our Member Churches, one each day from Sun 23 to Sun 30 May.
Candle of Justice: a moment of action on 25 May
Churches will join together to light a candle, pray for racial justice and commit to taking action.
Churches are committed to work together for racial justice
Alongside the Covid pandemic, the last year has seen the call for action on racial justice gathering momentum, both inside and outside the church
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.
Birmingham churches charter for racial justice
Birmingham Churches Together launches campaign for racial equality and equity in the church and city.
Church and Social Cohesion: Connecting Communities and Serving People
The report by the Free Churches Group and Theos Think Tank was launched on Thursday 26 November 2020.
Launch of new website on serious youth violence
The Synergy Network is launching a new website on 1 December 2020, drawing together Christian activities combatting serious youth violence.
Lockdown liberates disabled minister
The Chair of Churches for All, Rev Glen Graham, challenges churches to continue online services that transform disabled people’s experience of worship.
CTE Member Churches and Presidents Call for Government Action on Child Poverty
CTE's Member Churches, Presidents and General Secretary have joined a diverse group of faith leaders writing to the Prime Minister to call for the urgent establishment of a Cross-Party Commission to tackle child poverty across England.
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.