Ecumenism and the importance of church unity
CTE General Secretary Bishop Mike Royal charts the journey of ecumenism in the Black Pentecostal Church and shares how Christian leaders can work towards church unity in 2024.
Celebrating Windrush 75
Reflections from the CTE team on the events to mark the 75th Windrush Anniversary
Pentecostal, Charismatic and Orthodox reception
Leaders from the Pentecostal, Charismatic and Orthodox Traditions gathered together on Tuesday 7 March 2023, hosted by CTE.
Is justice being done?
The Administrative Bishop for the New Testament Church of God, Claion Grandison, challenges us to speak for those who have no voice
The Role in Evangelism of Cross-Cultural Friendships by Members of The Church of Pentecost with White British People in the United Kingdom [MA]
The role of the church and ecumenism in responding to global injustice: reflections from South Africa
A report and reflection by CTE’s Shermara Fletcher, including recommendations for ecumenism in England.
Calvary Church of God in Christ – 70th celebrations
One of Britain’s oldest Black Pentecostal churches marks this important milestone.
A fifty-year perspective of the origins, development and identity of the Salt & Light church network. What does the future hold for it and the other apostolic networks and are they likely to become the dominant expression of Pentecostal/Charismatic Christianity? [MA]
Neocharismatic-Evangelical Christianity in Britain: Religious Growth through Public Engagement [PhD]
The Pentecostal Missionary Union (PMU), a case study exploring the missiological roots of early British Pentecostalism (1909-1925) [PhD]
New CTE Presidents sign the Presidents’ Covenant as they take up office
Bishop Tedroy Powell and Archbishop Nikitas take up office as CTE Presidents.
Over the years, CTE's Pentecostal, Charismatic and Multicultural work has led to a range of conferences, research and projects, which have produced a range of reports and books.