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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.

Church Responses to Domestic Abuse in Cumbria Survey PDF Print E-mail

Please take part in this research study before the end of November, either online or request a copy and SAE by ringing 0116 252 5707.

Ecumenical County PDF Print E-mail

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

Declaration of Covenant Partnership.

Letter of Companionship.

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?

Emergencies PDF Print E-mail

Emergency Planning Co-ordinator: Rev. Nicola Reynolds: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 01697 508465; 07747 175680

Briefing document for clergy and emergency team members.

Caring for our Common Home PDF Print E-mail

CTiC's Environment Group, now known as Cumbria Christians 4 Creation Care (CC4CC), has published an Action Plan for Christians in Cumbria to help them take practical steps to reduce their carbon footprint, use their influence to bring about policy change, and be good stewards of God's world.

Download Action Plan

Download Leaflet

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 more than 100 volunteer Dementia Enablers spread across 85 locations in the county from nine denominations.

CTiC Annual Report and Accounts 2016 PDF Print E-mail

Annual Report



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