Declaration of Commitment by the Presidents
The Declaration of Commitment was first signed by the Presidents of the Milton Keynes Mission Partnership (formerly known as Milton Keynes Christian Council), representing the Anglican, Methodist, Roman Catholic, United Reformed Churches and the Baptist Union, together with the Ecumenical Moderator of the MKCC, on 24th February 1996. It has subsequently been signed by all of the regional denominational leaders in post since then together with the Ecumenical Moderator’s successors.
There is also an earlier Declaration of Commitment dated May 1984.
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CTE Forum 2022 – The Hayes, Swanwick
The Churches Together in England Forum, the broadest ecumenical gathering in the country, ended on 16/3/22 with a renewed commitment that the church is ready to serve a ‘broken world’.
More than 300 delegates from CTE’s 52 national Member Churches, Bodies in Association and partner organisations met to discuss the theme ‘Reconciling Hope: A broken church for a broken world’ viewed through the lenses of racial justice and the climate emergency.