In the current extraordinary circumstances, the normal routines of funerals, weddings and baptisms are all challenged.
Reflections and guidance from churches as we begin to prepare for 'the new normal'.
CTE trustees encourage continued prayers for our world.
Presidents of CTE are encouraging us to keep praying prayers of hope.
Signposting you to guidance and resources from our Member Churches and Christian organisations.
Very small funeral congregations and locked-down churches, but food banks and night shelters can continue.
Churches cease public worship services but creative ways of prayer and worship abound. Outreach to those in need intensifies.


As we continue to face restrictions to our way of life due to Covid-19, the number of blogs and reflections grow...
A webinar on 26th May, exploring how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting BAME communities in Britain.
The global prayer campaign Thy Kingdom Come has launched new elements, including ‘Prayer and Care’, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Guidance for churches supporting people from their congregations and communities on their 'bereavement journey'.
With growing concerns around people’s mental health in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, churches are responding by providing a range of resources...
We’ve collated a range of guidelines and resources to help your church or Churches Together group on your social media journey.
As we continue to offer our prayers for the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we've collated a range of prayer resources.
Keep the prayer going! Download the #candleofhope poster and let's all pray together at 7.00 pm every Sunday evening.
British and Irish Church leaders issue a Holy Week statement and are united in response to Covid-19 pandemic.


Interdenominational group the National Church Leader Forum (NCLF) has released the following ten-point plan for churches coming out of restricted movement post the Covid-19 Lockdown...
The experiences of Pentecostal and Charismatic communities in England following the coronavirus outbreak. Compiled by CTE's Bishop Joe Aldred.
More than 65 churches, representing hundreds more, have come together to sing a blessing over our land in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.
An online initiative to help the Christian community across Norfolk respond to the developing Covid-19 crisis has been backed by senior church and charity leaders.
This is a time for us as a church community, along with others across the city, to show a spirit of generosity and kindness.
Tens of thousands across Britain united to pray on Sunday 22nd March.


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