Furthering Ecumenical Cooperation within Leicester and Leicestershire

Churches Together in England (CTE) is the national ecumenical instrument supporting and encouraging churches from a wide range of traditions to work together in unity.
CTE brings together 52 national Member Churches. With churches drawn from the Anglican, Catholic, Pentecostal, Charismatic, Orthodox and Lutheran traditions, as well as Free Churches, Quakers and others. CTE unites one of the broadest range of churches in the whole of Europe.
Read more about CTE. CTE Forum takes place every three years. It was postponed from 2021 due the Coronavirus pandemic.

Appointment of Principal Officer for Ecumenical Development and Relations June 2022

Latest Newsletter June 2022

Latest Press Statements

New General Secretary Appointed

Two New Presidents Appointed

New CTE Presidents Sign Covenant  as they take up Office

Message From Churches Together in England
To all County and National Ecumenical Officers and contact people:

Letter renewing call to Persevere in Prayer for the NHS, from the Baptist Union (pdf)




Let’s keep on praying,
because prayer makes a difference.”

cte.org.uk/KeepPraying
Join hundreds of Christians
praying #PrayersOfHope
 each Sunday at 7.00 pm.

cte.org.uk/PrayersOfHope

Coronavirus web hub

You can find a a full range of guidance, resources and stories in CTE's Coronavirus web hub.

Websites:  www.cte.org.uk                     www.rejesus.co.uk



Vacancy for a Chaplain at Arnold Lodge Medium Secure Hospital in Leicester

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The East Midlands Synod of the United Reformed Church is seeking to appoint a Children’s and Youth Development Officer (Ref CYDO)

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Pioneer Practice Tour, Leicester

Pioneer practice is about seeing possibility, dreams, ideas of how things could be better or new or different. And then making something happen out of that seeing.

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