20 September 2020
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CTE Presidents call all churches to address racial injustice in church life and wider society
The attitude that regards black people – and indeed other people of ethnic minorities – as inferior is evil and mars our common humanity. We challenge this unreservedly...
A Statement From The Chair of Together 4 Bristol
The events of these few weeks have spurred some conversations around the world about racial justice and equity. It has generated some reflections in some and stirred up sentiments as well.
Update - CTE Presidents Videos and Joint statement from Church Leaders in Britain and Ireland
God’s world is in the midst of an unprecedented crisis. In the nations that make up Britain and Ireland the Covid-19 virus continues to affect people at an alarming rate...
Update to Church Leaders on key needs across the city in the context of the Covid-19 crisis
What we see in Christ is sacrificial love. Merciful love. Love that values the well-being of others above itself. Love that will generously and fully pour itself out, whatever the cost, in order that the beloved might benefit, flourish, and thrive.
Staying Connected: Bristol Churches Online Services Guide
We are reminded at this time that our churches are not the mere bricks and mortar of our meeting spaces, but consist of the people, who now separated are finding alternative ways to build community and worship online.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice - A letter from the Archbishops and Bishops
These are unprecedented times. We are all having to get used to being the Church differently. It is not easy. However, our belonging to Christ has never been measured by the number of people in church on a Sunday morning...
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