Lent Study – Opening the scriptures: setting our hearts on fire.
A prayer for Wuhan. Pray for Wuhan and all those affected with the coronavirus. Pray for those young medical workers that are full of courage!
Church, slavery and abolition. Richard Reddie, Director of Justice and Inclusion for CTBI, provides a historical overview of the Church’s involvement with the slave trade.
Sign the petition. The YMCA, a Body in Association of CTBI, is calling on the Government to prioritise young people and reinvest in youth services.
CTBI Update – MTAG.The Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG) looks at the group’s work during 2019 across the areas of spirituality, theology, reconciliation, evangelism and mission.
HIGHLIGHTS – RESOURCES
CTBI Magazine – Edition 2. Find out all about the work of CTBI in our latest magazine. The magazine is free to download. If you would like to order printed copies, contact email@example.com
NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL ECUMENICAL INSTRUMENTS
ACTION OF CHURCHES TOGETHER IN SCOTLAND (ACTS)
ACTS is seeking prayerful support from the whole people of God as they prepare to finalise a proposal to create the Scottish Christian Forum. More
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN ENGLAND (CTE)
Read the Reflection of the Month on the Christian faith and the journey as Churches together. More
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN WALES (CYTÛN)
Read the latest Policy Bulletin offering information from Cytûn for the churches in Wales. More
IRISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES (ICC)
‘Housing Insecurity and Homelessness Resources: In Six Months a lot can change’. Churches and community leaders gathered for the launch of resources to support churches in responding to homelessness and housing insecurity. More
Vacancy. Principal: Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education.
Volunteer. Apply to be an Ecumenical Accompanier.
Light of peace for Korea. Churches worldwide are invited by the World Council of Churches (WCC) to join a global prayer campaign for peace on the Korean Peninsula from 1 March to 15 August: “We Pray, Peace Now, End the War!”.
Crossing Boundaries of Faith Conference: 3–5 March 2020, Glasgow. Towards a Christian Theological Understanding of Inter-religious Ritual Participation: Challenges, Risks and Opportunities.
Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate: 7 March 2020, Derby. Churches are bringing together key influencers in politics and economics for a major conference ahead of the United Nations COP26 climate summit. CTBI will have a stand at this event – come and visit us.
Sanctuary in Scotland events, 13th March and 14th March 2020, Edinburgh. Two events focusing on Churches of Sanctuary and Day conference for Churches working with asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.
Employability days to inspire young people. Various dates in April and May, London, Birmingham, Leicester and Luton. A number of events to motivate youngsters to develop their talents to make positive transitions into adult life, with a focus on those from African, Caribbean, and dual-heritage backgrounds.
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