CCT a Work of the Holy Spirit

Christian Churches Together…

provides a context – marked by prayer, theological dialogue and fellowship—in which churches can develop relationships with other churches with whom they presently have little contact. This is one response to our Lord’s Prayer that all who believe in Him might be one with God and with one another so that the world would believe in Him as God and Savior (John 17:21).
Is your communion participating in CCT?

 


 

Study Guide Promo blue

 Read Christian Churches Together Response

to Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Here

Biblical Study Guide for Small Groups

Based on CCT Response Letter

Here

 

Churches’ Responses to Ferguson Crisis

 


 

 Learn About CCT’s Participants

 

 

The Evangelical Covenant Church is a rapidly growing multiethnic denomination in the United States and Canada with ministries on five continents of the world. Founded in 1885 by Swedish immigrants, the ECC values the Bible as the word of God, the gift of God’s grace and ever-deepening spiritual life that comes through a faith with Jesus Christ, the importance of extending God’s love and compassion to a hurting world, and the strength that comes from unity within diversity.

 

The Evangelical Covenant Church is:

Evangelical, but not exclusive

Biblical, but not doctrinaire

Traditional, but not rigid

Congregational, but not independent

 

Identity and Biblical Mission

We are united by Christ in a holy covenant of churches empowered by the Holy Spirit to obey the great commandments and the great commission: to love God with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind, to love our neighbors as ourselves, and to go into all the world and make disciples.

 

To learn more about the Evangelical Covenant Church visit their website