Churches Together in England (CTE)
Churches Together in England is the national body set up in 1990 by the churches following the 1987 Swanwick Declaration. It is a visible sign in England of the Churches' commitment as they seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with one another, and proclaim the Gospel together by common witness and service. Its strength comes from people from different traditions finding new ways to work and worship together.
A list of the member churches is available here.
A list of the Bodies in Association (organisations and networks) with CTE is available here.
For more information, go to the CTE website.
Free Churches Group (FCG)
The Free Churches Group seeks to express the unity in Christ that is shared by Free Churches in England and Wales by promoting fellowship, shared counsel and working together, where possible, to extend Christ's kingdom in every sphere of society. This is done whilst recognising that each Group Member remains at liberty to fulfil its own distinctive witness and mission.
There is a particular focus on chaplaincy work in Prisons, Healthcare and Education although much wider issues in these areas and other fields are considered.
A list of the member denominations is available here.
For more information, go to the FCG website.