Chelmsford Christians working together to transform our City.
CTiC is a visible sign of local Christians commitment to one another, as an expression of Jesus’ prayer ‘that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you: may they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me.’ John 17:21.
CTiC is the Body that represents a large number of Christians within churches and other Christian organisations, across denominations in the Chelmsford area. This includes their corporate mission to share the Good News of Jesus Christ as widely as possible, to act as a voice for Christians in the city of Chelmsford, and to foster unity amongst the various churches and Christian organisations in the area.
CTiC organises the annual Good Friday Procession of Witness from churches around the City, to the High Street, where a service of Thanksgiving is held.
Visit their website chelmsfordchurches.net
Chelmsford 24-7 Prayer is affiliated to CTiC.
The first Civic Prayer Breakfast – January 2018
The first City Civic Prayer Breakfast organised by Christians Together in Chelmsford took place at Hylands House on 10th January 2018
About 40 people attended, including our MP, the mayor and his wife, one of our Assistant Chief Constables, and other City and County leaders plus Christians from many churches and organisations.
We ate, chatted, built relationships and prayers were then said over police, healthcare, political leaders, commerce and education in our City.
Local Evangelist, Nigel Bolitho, spoke passionately that Church and State in our City are not seperate, but ‘part of the ‘same house’, although so often confined to different floors – that we should and must be in relationship, working together to see our City blessed and prosper.
Today was a day when we each took new steps, both up or down the staircase. May these journeys between us continue.
David Gilbey – Leader Chelmsford 24-7 Prayer
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