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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

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

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

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

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

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

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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