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Churches Together in Ilkley: Information
The aim of CTI is to encourage member churches to work together towards the promotion
of the Christian Gospel in this town.
Membership is open to any church in Ilkley, whether credally-based or not (see below)
whose national body is a member of Churches Together in England, or gives written consent
to the Basis and Aims of CTI.
CTI is in association with the West Yorkshire Ecumenical Council and, through them, with
Churches Together in England.
CTI operates on the basis of a Forum of Representatives of the member churches and
organisations. The Forum encourages and supports member churches in working together in
ways appropriate to the task, the resources available and the tradition and ethos of each
church. This Basis recognises three possible methods of sharing by those member churches
participating in a task:
PARTNERSHIP: Churches working together, pooling resources and skills.
COORDINATION: Churches working independently, complementing each other.
REPRESENTATION: Churches trusting another church to do work on their
The various credal statements which form the tradition of most main stream Christian
churches can be represented, in part at least, by the following:
We believe in one God:
WHO made heaven and earth and all things;
WHO revealed Himself in Jesus of Nazareth, Son of God, incarnate, Who died for our sins
and was raised to life on the third day by God;
WHO poured out His Spirit who interprets the things of Jesus and leads into all the
Confessing Father, Son and Holy Spirit, we acknowledge that as Christians we are called
in Christ to walk together in love and obedience to God and to fulfil our God-given
mission of proclaiming the Gospel and extending the Kingdom of God by witness and service
in the world, through the power of the Holy Spirit.
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Lorimer. Last updated
13 May 2007
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