Churches Together In Leyland

For over 50 years the churches in Leyland have come together to collectively Worship and Witness to their Christian faith; whilst Working Together to reach out to those who are in need.

Churches Together in Leyland are part of the hierarchical Churches Together organisation consisting of:

Churches Together in Lancashire

Churches Together in England

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

Churches Together In Leyland Constitution

All the member churches have signed up to the Constitution whose Mission Statement is:

Churches Together in Leyland (CTL) is a local response to Jesus’ prayer for all his disciples ”That all may be one.”

The Constitution, is regularly reviewed and updated, it is next due for review in 2021. This was delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic which disrupted meetings in 2020.

Download Constitution – Approved 2015 

Download Constitution Amendment – Approved  2020

Churches Together in England is the national ecumenical instrument supporting and encouraging churches from a wide range of traditions to work together in unity.

Churches Together is a hierarchical grouping of many like minded churches sharing the same journey towards full visible unity in Christ.

With churches drawn from the Anglican, Catholic, Pentecostal, Charismatic, Orthodox and Lutheran traditions, as well as Free Churches, Quakers and others, we unite one of the broadest range of churches in the whole of Europe.

Our vision is to create the space in which fruitful collaboration and mutual understanding can grow, so that we as churches work more closely together in our great task of sharing in God’s mission and making the gospel of Christ known in our nation.

Our strapline is: One in Christ Jesus, engaged in God’s mission, empowered by the Spirit.