Denominations

ANGLICAN:

MK Deanery

Anglican Bishop of Buckingham – Rt Rev Alan Wilson

Anglican Area Dean – Rev Tim Norwood

BAPTIST:

Central Baptist Association

Regional Minister Central Baptist Association – Rev Geoff Colmer

METHODIST:

Milton Keynes Methodist Circuit

Chair Northampton District of the Methodist Church – Rev Helen Cameron

Superintendent of the Milton Keynes Circuit – Rev Nicola Martyn-Beck

ROMAN CATHOLIC:

The Diocese of Northampton

Roman Catholic Bishop of Northampton – Rt Rev David Oakley

Roman Catholic Area Dean – Fr Francis Higgins

UNITED REFORMED CHURCH:

URC East Midlands Synod

Moderator East Midlands Synod United Reformed Church – Rev Geoffrey Clarke

Pastoral Consultant – Rev George Mwaura

 

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United in Prayer for Ukraine

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A renewed commitment – press statement from Churches Together in England

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.

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