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Knotted Together: Identity and Community in a Multiracial Church

BURNHAM, Anthony Gerald (born 1936), Moderator, Free Churches Group (formerly Free Churches’ Council), and a President, Churches Together in England, 1999–2003

* Putting Asunder and Coming Together: Church, State and the 1969 Divorce Reforms

REARDON, Martin Alan (1932 - 2005), General Secretary, Churches Together in England, 1990–97

EDWARDS, Aled (born 1955), Chief Executive, CYTÛN Churches Together in Wales, since 2006

PEMBERTON, Desmond Valdo (1927 - 1996), Assistant National Superintendent, Wesleyan Church, 1990–92; a President, Churches Together in England, 1990–92

“Put Together to Please a Colored Audience”: Black Churches, Motion Pictures, and Migration at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

CORNICK, Dr David George (born 1954), General Secretary, Churches Together in England, since 2008; Fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, since 1997

ROPER, Geoffrey Edward Hodgess (born 1940), Associate General Secretary (Free Churches), and Secretary, Free Churches Group, Churches Together in England, 2001–05; Company Secretary, Council for World Mission (UK), 2011–15

SAINSBURY, Dr Roger Frederick (born 1936), Chairman, Churches Together in England Urban Mission Group, 2011–13; an Assistant Bishop, diocese of Bath and Wells, since 2003

SNELSON, William Thomas (born 1945), Communications Officer, Anglican Centre in Rome, since 2015 (Development Officer, 2008–14); General Secretary, Churches Together in England, 1997–2008

CRAIG, Maxwell Davidson (1931 - 2009), General Secretary, Action of Churches Together in Scotland, 1990–98; Chaplain to the Queen in Scotland, 1986–2001, then an Extra Chaplain

van ZWANENBERG, Zoë (born 1952), Management Consultant: Zwan Consulting, since 2008; Associate Centre for Confidence and Well-Being, since 2008; research consultant, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, 2011


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The Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland in 1990 succeeded the British Council of Churches, taking its present name in 1999. It embraces a wider spectrum of Christian traditions than the British Council of Churches did, and co-ordinates the work of the new national ecumenical bodies—Churches Together in England, ACTS (Action of Churches Together in Scotland), CYTUN (Churches Together in Wales)—and the Irish ecumenical bodies.

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