Churches Together in Cheshire provides support for Churches Together Groups in towns
and villages around the county and for churches and congregations working togetherin formal ecumenical partnerships.
As part of Churches Together in England it gives expression to the common faith,
baptism and devotion of Christians and encourages the
Christian faith communities of the county to “do
things ecumenically” rather than “do ecumenical things”
in order to witness and serve to the cities, towns and villages of Cheshire.
Together in Cheshire sponsors the Agricultural Chaplaincy Team, and their
own website can be accessed through the Web Links page.
New Ecumenical Development Officer
for Churches Together in Cheshire
We are pleased to announce that the new
County Ecumenical Development Officer is
Revd Andrew Taylor
Formerly Minister of
Union Street Baptist Church Crewe.
He took up his post on 1st May 2013
For more details, please see our
Churches Together in Cheshire is in
association with Churches Together in England