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May 2018

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This is the governing body which meets four times each year, and includes:

  • President: Rev Sarah Moore (United Reformed Church)
  • Vice-President: Ms Irene McKay (Methodist)
  • Treasurer: David Richardson (Church of England)
  • Denominational Ecumenical Officer reps: Rev David Cooper (Church of England); Rev Nicola Reynolds (Methodist)
  • Co-opted members: Rev Cameron Butland (Church of England); Ann Jackman (Church of England)
  • Social Responsibility Forum Chair: Rev David Pitkeathly (Church of Scotland)
  • Representative on Growing Together Coordinating Group: Rev Kath Dodd (Baptist)
  • Church Leader Representative: Bill Bewley (Religious Society of Friends - Quakers)
  • Churches Together Group Representatives: Paul Burden (Roman Catholic); Rev Lindsay Gray (Church of England)

Our Constitution

Churches Together in Cumbria is a charity registered in England and Wales.

Our Constitution was adopted in 2011.

We aim

  • to seek a deepening of  communion with Christ and with one another in the Church, which is his body;
  • to fulfill our  mission to proclaim the Gospel by common witness and service in the world, to the glory of the one God: Creator, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • to celebrate the call to unity of Jesus that ‘all may be one’.

 

Celebrating Together

is the annual gathering or Forum of Churches Together in Cumbria to which all are invited.

This event is a celebration of all that we are and all that we do together.

 

The Way is the newspaper of the churches in Cumbria, which is issued three times each year. The Manifesto of The Way outlines the purpose and vision of the newspaper. Copies should be available in all churches, and through your local Churches Together network. The editor is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Working alongside the Executive Council is

  • the Church Leaders' Group
  • the Denominational Ecumenical Officers' Group

 

Churches Together in Cumbria works alongside a number of groups on areas of particular shared concern and interest:

  • Chaplaincy: Glynn Jones
  • Churches Rural Forum: Jim Webster
  • Environment Group: Ian James
  • Churches Emergency Response Team: Nicola Reynolds
  • Cumbria Ecumenical Spirituality Group: Kath Dodd

 

The Social Responsibility Forum

The forum meets as agreed throughout the year. The Forum brings together denominational social responsibility officers, representatives of the member denominations of CTiC  and representatives of the groups listed above.  The Forum meets for consultation. It also acts on behalf of Churches Together in Cumbria in all matters of social responsibility.  The Forum arranges a biennial conference.

 


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