Churches Together Groups

We support and encourage a number of Churches Together groups in the area that we serve.

We have updated a localised version of a model constitution for Churches Together Groups in Cambridgeshire. You can view this template here. We recommend that you use this as a basis for your own constitution. However, it is intended as a guide and can be updated to suit your local needs.

Churches Together in England is the national ecumenical instrument supporting and encouraging churches from a wide range of traditions to work together in unity.

Their vision is to create the space in which fruitful collaboration and mutual understanding can grow, so that we as churches work more closely together in our great task of sharing in God’s mission and making the gospel of Christ known in our nation.

--- One in Christ Jesus, engaged in God’s mission, empowered by the Spirit ---

More details can be found on their website. You can also find them on twitter.

You can see the latest monthly CTE Newsletters here.

Royston Churches Together

Churches Together in Royston and District are a group of local churches in and around Royston. They work together with a commitment to be united in Christ and deepen their communication with God and with their brothers and sisters in Christ.

Their objectives are to promote activity between all churches in the area and to promote and publicise Christian activities on a district basis.

More details of the organisation can be found on their website.

Churches Together in St Ives have been in existence for over 50 years having first come together in 1967. Today, the committee has representation from clergy and laity from seven churches in and around St. Ives.

More details of the organisation can be found on their website.

St Ives  Churches Together
Wisbech Churches Together

Wisbech Churches Together is a fellowship of churches covering Wisbech and the surrounding area. As well as its member churches, it includes a number of organisations that are associated to the group. These include Kairos Prison Ministries International, Oasis Christian Bookshop, The Ferry Project and the Wisbech Foodbank.

They seek to Promote Unity, Celebrate Diversity and Share Jesus.

More details of the organisation can be found on their website. They also have a Facebook page that is regularly updated.