Update News: Pentecostals Confirm Commitment to National Ecumenical Journey

New CTE Pentecostal President leads first meeting

Following the election of Churches Together in England’s first Pentecostal President in October 2014, the first meeting of Pentecostal leaders was convened on Monday 17 February 2014 at the headquarters of the New Testament Church in Northampton.The meeting was chaired by Bishop Eric Brown, the CTE Pentecostal President who is also Presiding Bishop of the New Testament Church of God.  The twelve leaders noted the historic and growing presence and influence of Pentecostalism and the Charismatic movement in England; and committed themselves to taking a leading role in the Churches Together movement particularly in the evangelisation of this country.Further notes from the meeting will be posted shortly.

Pictured L-R:

Front Row – Bishop Delroy Powell (New Testament Assembly, Bishop Joe Aldred (CTE Pentecostal Multicultural Relations), Bishop Wilton Powell (Church of God of Prophecy), Archbishop Doye Agama (The Apostolic Pastoral Congress), Bishop Eric Brown (New Testament Church of God).

Second Row –  Special Apostle John Adegoke (Cherubim & Seraphim Council of Churches), Bishop Shelia Douglas (International Ministerial Council of Great Britain)

Third Row – Rev Dionne Gravesande (Christian Aid), Rev Trevor Howard (Church In Community), Special Apostle James Odularu (Cherubim & Seraphim Council of Churches)

Back Row – Dr David Curtis (Icthus Fellowship) and Rev James Heron (Elim Pentecostal Church)

 

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