Jenny Holden represents Ecumenism on the Parish Core Team


CTMH 1 IconPart of the well-established national organisation,  Churches Together in Britain and Ireland. CTMH aim to increase understanding and fellowship between the different Christian churches in the area.

Each church takes responsibility for a specific event and recruits helpers. 

A big focus for the group is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in January, when joint services are held in each church throughout the area.

Throughout the year there are other events, such as Lenten study-groups, social events, the prayer-group, and a walking group. The regular newsletter click here has details of both events in the CTMH area, and also the wider Merseyside area.

Please do support us by attending events which are advertised either in the bulletin or in the porch, and by praying.

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 CTMH made a 'Solemn Covenant' many years ago not to separate activities that could be done by churches together, and so the ecumenical prayer group was born. The aim of the group is to give witness to the scriptural affirmation, "We are members of Christ's body, members of one another."

The group meets every month in the Hughes Room at 7.45pm for 8.00pm start. Meetings involve prayer, music and meditation. There are no restrictions on membership, all are welcome. Currently 6-12 people join the prayer evening every month. A wide ecumenical group of people joins the group in prayer even if they cannot attend the meeting.

Come along and join us.

The CTMH Social Walking Group meets on the second Monday of most months, with the aim of promoting fellowship between the Churches, with not-too-strenuous exercise.
The walks are usually between four and five miles, and involve full use of Merseyside's transport system for a day out from around 10 am to 4 pm, with a picnic lunch.
Visits to indoors places of interest are arranged for the winter months, combined with a shorter walk.
The World Day of Prayer organised by Women ((formerly known as Women's World  Day of Prayer) is held in a local church on the first Friday of March each year. All are welcome.