How we work with other Churches
The Church of England sees itself as part of the whole Church of God, which includes many different Churches in this country and around the world. We want to join with other Churches in discipleship, witness and worship because:
- We belong to one another in the body of Christ
- We have so much to receive from and offer to one another
- By working together, we have a greater impact in our communities and on public affairs
- By sharing what we have, we make best use of the precious resources.
Here in the Diocese of Exeter, we are part of the whole Church of God in Devon, which includes many different Churches, large and small, in the villages, cities and towns around our beautiful region. We aim to join with other Churches in our discipleship, witness, and worship, for example through joint prayer groups together, running foodbanks together, and worshipping at unity services together at various times throughout the year.
You can engage with a range of activities with churches across Devon advertised on our events page.
If you would like to advertise your church event, please email communications.
You can also follow us on our Facebook page.
If you have any questions about ecumenical issues within the Diocese, please contact your local Archdeacon. You can look up their contact information on our diocesan staff page.
Churches Together in Devon also has a webpage which lists local Churches Together groups, joint events, and ecumenical news including a social media feed from Churches Together in England.
The Churches Together in Devon County Ecumenical Officer can be contacted here.