Becoming Better Together: Building Unity in Cornwall

On 27 January 2024, at the end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Christians from across the county met at St Petroc’s Church, Bodmin, for a day of listening and discussion, concluding with an Act of Worship and the signing and presentation of a new Covenant. This marked the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Intent and Letter of Companionship on 17 November 2013, also at St Petroc’s.

An Act of Rededication at St Petroc’s Church, Bodmin : Sat 27 Jan 2024

CHURCHES TOGETHER IN CORNWALL COVENANT

All Christians in Cornwall are invited to sign the new Covenant

launched 27 January 2024 at St Petroc’s Church, Bodmin

Sign the Covenant online

Download printed version

Download prayer card

Ten years on from the signing of the Declaration of Intent & Letter of Companionship in November 2013 – what have we achieved and what’s next?

Special issue of CTC Review : Good News form Cornish Churches

Churches Together in Cornwall 2013-23 : The story of a decade

told in extracts from CTC Newsletter 2013-19 and CTC Review 2019-23

a 200-page online booklet

browse here

Becoming Better Together: A new covenant for Churches Together in Cornwall

Becoming Better Together: A new covenant for Churches Together in Cornwall

Churches Together in Cornwall Coordinator Kathy Pope reports on their 10th anniversary gathering … Read More
Becoming Better Together: Ecumenical Progress in Cornwall

Becoming Better Together: Ecumenical Progress in Cornwall

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