2017 CCT a Work of the Holy Spirit

Catholic, Evangelical, Pentecostal, Orthodox, African-American and Protestant Christian Communions & organizations in the U.S.A. witnessing together to the reconciling power of the Gospel of Jesus

 

CCT Call Christians to Pray for US Congress
Read statement HERE

 


His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aprhem II & Cardinal Joseph Tobin

CCT Forum on the Persecuted Church

Each month- 322 Christians are killed for their faith
214 churches and Christian properties are destroyed
722 forms of violence are committed against Christians

 

More than 40 Christian leaders, representing all major traditions in our country met on March 2-3 to reflect on the plight of the persecuted church. During the coming weeks, CCT will share more information about the forum discussions.


 

“As Christians, we believe that the nations will be judged, in part, by the way they treat strangers in their midst.  Now, as a moral matter, our nation can no longer tolerate an immigration system that exploits migrants, is inhospitable, and fails to offer immigrants the protection of the law.” 2013 CCT Statement on Immigration

 


The communions and organizations in Christian Churches Together are committed:

triune god– to celebrate a common confession of faith in the Triune God.
– to discern the guidance of the Holy Spirit through prayer and theological dialogue.
– to provide fellowship and mutual support.
– to seek a better understanding of each other by affirming our commonalities and understanding our differences.
– to foster evangelism faithful to the proclamation of the gospel.
– to speak to society with a common voice whenever possible.
– and to promote the common good of society.


 

 Learn About CCT Participant Communions

 

Bread members send letters and emails, make phone calls, and visit their members of Congress about legislation that addresses hunger in the U.S. and around the world. Bread equips its members to communicate with Congress and to work with others on advocacy. It educates members on hunger-related issues and inspires members to be legislative activists as a way of putting their Christian faith into action.

Bread works in partnership with churches, campuses, and other organizations to mobilize Christians and others in congressional districts and states.

Bread’s goal is to help end hunger by 2030. It believes that everyone must play a part in ending hunger, especially our federal government. We work to change the policies and conditions that allow hunger to persist. Bread seeks long-term solutions to hunger and advocates on legislation that addresses the root causes of hunger.

We have a track record of winning bipartisan legislation that helps hungry people feed their families. We are successful because our grassroots network of members and activists works in concert with national denominations, networks, and organizations supported by Bread’s staff in Washington, D.C., and around the country.

God’s grace moves us to build the political commitment needed to overcome hunger and poverty. We believe it is possible to end hunger in our time.

To learn more about Bread for the World, click HERE