Ecumenism

Links to the websites of other Christian churches and organisations in our area.

CYTÛN – Churches Together in Wales
CYTÛN is Churches Together in Wales. It brings together the churches in Wales united in commitment to work together in the cause of Christ’s Kingdom and is based at Cardiff. Their work plan for 2013-14 can be found here.

CTBI – Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
CTBI is Churches Together in Britain and Ireland. It is one of the instruments the Churches have created to enable them to work together, and to co-ordinate the work they do separately. Its particular remit covers things it makes sense to do in common across more than one of the nations which make up Britain and Ireland. By “Britain and Ireland” it means England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic.

The Evangelical Fellowship in the Church in Wales
The Evangelical Fellowship in the Church in Wales (EFCW) seeks to draw together the evangelically minded clergy and laity of the Church in Wales. It was founded in March 1967 at the Hookses, John Stott’s house in Dale, Pembrokeshire. A group had been meeting informally for some time before the Fellowship officially came into being, as the Welsh member of the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion.

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Wrexham
Established by a Decree of Pope John Paul II, on the 18th March 1987. Consisting of the Counties of Aberconwy & Colwyn, Anglesey, Denbighshire and Flintshire, Gwynedd,Wrexham and the District of Montgomery.

Glyndwr University Chaplaincy
Religious Resources at Glyndwr. The website has been produced by the Glyndwr University Chaplaincy with the aim that it should contain links to information for a variety of religious and spiritual communities in Wrexham and the surrounding area.

North Wales Association of Bell Ringers
The objects of the Association are to promote ringing for Divine Service and to secure recognition of bellringers as church workers, to advance the art and skill of church bell ringing within its area by encouraging the recruitment of new ringers and by the training of new and existing ringers, to encourage the authorities of each church having bells, to support its ringers and to take an active interest in the ringing of its bells, and to maintain its bells and ringing rooms in a proper state of repair and condition

Chester & North East Wales Organists’ & Choirmasters’ Association
CNEWOCA exists to promote the organ and its repertoire and to provide meetings and forums for Organists, Choirmasters, and all who enjoy listening to organ music. The Association was formed in March 1998 by the Revd Quentin Bellamy MA BMus, Vicar of Prestatyn, and the need for such an organisation has been borne out by the large membership.

Church Mission Society
CMS is a mission agency working in partnership with churches in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Established in 1799, the Society’s goal remains the same – to spread the Gospel to every part of the world.

Us
Founded in 1701, Us (formally USPG) is a major mission agency of the Anglican Church in Britain and Ireland. Us works in partnership with Anglican and United Churches in more than 50 countries, exchanging people, resources and training for mission.

New Wine
New Wine brings together local Churches to help equip them for ministry through a network of Church leaders, summer conferences, training events and resources.

New Wine Cymru
This organisation holds the core values of New Wine but is responsible for its own operations, finance and leadership.