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Welcome to Churches Together in Bedfordshire


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Discover how the churches in Bedfordshire are sharing and working together.

'Although a difference in opinions or modes of worship may prevent an entire external union, yet need it prevent our union in affection? Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike? May we not be of one heart, though we are not of one opinion? Without all doubt, we may.' John Wesley

 

Churches Together in Bedfordshire

 New County Ecumenical Development Officer

Anita Nancollas has been invited to to be the new CEDO. She gives the following information about herself:

"I am part of the congregation of Our Lady Help of Christians church in Luton. I have been a reader and Eucharistic minister for over 20 years. I have helped support weekly prayer groups. My husband and I have been foster carers for four years .

My background has been in communications as a officer for Luton Borough Council new projects . I have worked for BUPA Health Services and Lloyds Bank. I have also been a volunteer working with vulnerable children interacting with horses in a therapeutic support environment.

I enjoy walking our two lively dogs, swimming, travel and meeting people.

I look forward to starting the role as the CEDO in April."

 

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World War 1 resources


World War I Commemoration

Find resources to reflect and pray on the experience of the First World War in this roundup of material available to the churches, plus news of ebooks coming soon from Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

See: http://www.ctbi.org.uk/ww1