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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.

 
Ecumenical County PDF Print E-mail

Cumbria Church Leaders from the Salvation Army, Church of England, Methodist and United Reformed Churches signed a Declaration of Covenant Partnership and those from the Roman Catholic and Baptist Churches, Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and Church of Scotland signed a Letter of Companionship at a Service of Hope and Expectation for Advent in Carlisle Cathedral on 27th November.

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Care for our Common Home PDF Print E-mail

CTiC's Environment Group has issued a new brochure with lots of practical ideas for churches, and seeks volunteers to become local environmental champions.

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Church Leaders Statement following EU Referendum PDF Print E-mail

In a spirit of unity, we the Church Leaders in Cumbria have been reflecting together upon the outcome of the EU Referendum and its ramifications.

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Resources for Refugee Support PDF Print E-mail

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

Urgent Action: email Cumbria County Council

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

Volunteer for Dunkirk Adult Learning

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South Asia Floods Appeal PDF Print E-mail

A big thank you to those churches that held collections for our autumn partnership appeal with Christian Aid for those affected by South Asia floods. About £4250 was raised.

 
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. There are over 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, and almost 8,000 in Cumbria. CTiC has considered the part the churches should play and has declared the aim of 'making every church in Cumbria dementia-friendly by 2020'.

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