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New CCT Biblical Study Guide
As part of Christian Churches Together’s effort to address the sin of racism,we have prepared an ecumenical Study Guide to our Response to Dr. Martin Luther Kings Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail. The writers of the Study Guide represent perspectives from the five families in CCT. Each person has written a section of the study guide from their Christian tradition. It is our hope that this resource be widely distributed throughought our churches and beyond.
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“Thee question is not whether we will be extremists, but what kind of extremists we will be. Will we be extremists for hate or for love? Will we be extremists for the preservation of injustice or for the extension of justice?” MLK Jr.
CCT Call Elected Leaders to Work on Immigration Reform Now
“The Christian Churches Together (U.S.A.) gathered in Austin, Texas for its annual meeting to learn about immigration, read Scripture, pray, and discern God’s call on our lives to respond to an unjust immigration system. We now call upon people of faith and elected officials in Congress and President Obama to work together to enact just and humane immigration reform legislation in 2013.
As Christian leaders and Christian communities, we engage in this debate as followers of Jesus Christ, who commanded us to “welcome the stranger,” (Mt 25:35) and advised that “what you do to the least of my brethren, you do unto me” (Mt. 25:40). ”
Christian Churches Together Response to Dr. King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail
Read CCT Response Document HERE
Watch the Videos of Birmingham Symposium Speakers HERE
Christian Churches Together – Growing closer together in Christ
The purpose of Christian Churches Together is to enable churches and national Christian organizations to grow closer together in Christ in order to strengthen our Christian witness in the world. While this purpose may be claimed by other national organizations, the unique vision that informs Christian Churches Together is that this hospitable space for growing together must be inclusive of the diversity of Christian families in the United States, including Evangelicals/ Pentecostals, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, historic Protestants, and Historic Black churches.
We invite you to learn more about us.