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In Churches Together in Cumbria we work and pray for the unity to which Jesus Christ calls us. We celebrate this unity through our county-wide Declaration of Covenant Partnership and Companionship Letter. We work for justice through our Social Responsibility Forum (SRF) and encourage environmental action through our Living Lightly programme.

 
Made in God's Image: 7th October PDF Print E-mail

Exploring gender and discipleship. CTiC's annual Celebrating Together event will focus on gender and theology in the year that marks the 100th anniversary of the first ordination of a woman in Britain. Keynote Speaker: Revd Terrie Robinson, Director for Women in Church and Society at the Anglican Communion. 10am-4pm; Ambleside St Mary's Church & Ambleside Church Centre, LA22 9DH. Poster. Booking form.

 
Resources for Refugees Support PDF Print E-mail

A variety of resources to enable churches and Churches Together groups to respond.

CTiC leaflet July 2016: How Can Churches in Cumbria Get Involved in Supporting Refugees?

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Care for our Common Home PDF Print E-mail

Brochure from CTiC's Environment Group with lots of practical ideas for churches, and an opportunity to volunteer as a local environmental champion.

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Ecumenical County PDF Print E-mail

Growing Spirituality: A new book about the Ecumenical County of Cumbria.

Declaration of Covenant Partnership.

Letter of Companionship.

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Making Every Church in Cumbria Dementia-Friendly by 2020 PDF Print E-mail

Dementia is one of today's major social and medical challenges of our day.

We have 95 volunteer Dementia Enablers spread across 80 locations in the county from nine denominations.

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CTiC Annual Report 2016 PDF Print E-mail

Annual Report

 
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