Monday, September 07, 2009

Calvary Chapel Stockport is in emersed in ecumenism.

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"We at Heatons Churches Partnership we are an informal partnership of churches from the Heatons in Stockport, who seek to work together and support each other through prayer and activities, in order to further the mission of Christ in the communities we serve."

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To whom this may concern

You may now have been aware but Pastor Kirk Krager has invoved Calvery Chapel Stockport in with a ecumenical organisation called the Heatons Churches Partnership as with hope 08 in a very ambiguas way but deliberatly so and heatons churches partnership work with churches together.

http://www.firstplumbline.net/html/hope0806.html

http://www.heatons-churches.org.uk/

The Main pages is very ambiguas as it says it is a noticeboard

it says on the same homepage under What is the Heatons Churches Partnership

We are an informal partnership of churches from the Heatons in Stockport, who seek to work together and support each other through prayer and activities, in order to further the mission of Christ in the communities we serve.


http://www.heatons-churches.org.uk/hcp

Under the partnership

they state http://www.heatons-churches.org.uk/hcp

Goal:

To present Jesus Christ to the Heatons through our unity, mission and service.

Strategy:

* We will commit ourselves to pray together on a regular basis through the Prayer Breakfasts and endeavour to hold monthly sharing and planning meetings for ministers and lay leaders.
* We will endeavour to build links with our communities and be of service to them in Christ’s name.
* We will support each other’s activities and work together on projects we cannot do alone by encouraging involvement of our congregations in joint mission activities.
* We will share information and publicity of activities within our individual congregations.



The partnership works on a number of projects together...

The Partnership has been involved and partnered with the ecumenical interfaith hope 2008 the same group that Kirk Krager has place CC stockport knowing that the Congregation were ignorant on this issue www.hope08online.co.uk

http://www.heatons-churches.org.uk/links

under churches

http://www.heatons-churches.org.uk/churches

The statement is There are over 15 churches in the Heatons - we represent different styles of worship, different structures (human and building), different denominations, yet we are part of one Church, seeking to worship God and serve the community together. This sections contains information about many of those churches...

in the list they have

* Heaton Moor Evangelical
* Heaton Moor Methodist
* Heaton Mersey Methodist
* Heaton Norris Salvation Army
* Heaton Chapel Christian Church
* St. Martin's
* St. Paul's
* St. John's
* St. Thomas'
* Christ with All Saints
* Heatons URC
* Community Christian Church
* Heaton Mersey Congregational
* Calvary Chapel Stockport - Kirk Krager
* Coptic Orthodox
* St. Winifred's Roman Catholic Church


Heatons Churches Partnership are also linked in with the Ecumenical Ivy Cottage

http://www.ivycottage.org/Mobile/default.aspx?group_id=33120&article_id=47959

http://ivycottage.endisinsight.com/Articles/47959/Ivy_Cottage/Church_Life/Resource_Church/Heatons_Churches_Partnership.aspx

Heatons Churches Partnership - together in Mission and Service

This informal partnership for churches in the Heatons works together to further the mission of Christ in the communities they serve. They commit to pray together on a regular basis through the prayer breakfasts and endeavour to hold monthly sharing and planning meetings for ministers and lay leaders. They endeavour to build links with the community and support each other's activities and work together on projects they cannot do alone.

Although Ivy Manchester is not located in the Heaton's area, many people who attend Ivy also contribute in various ways to the work in the Heaton's area and as part of our vision to be a 'Going' Church, Jane and Pete Edwards now go to Heaton Mersey Methodist on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Jane leads a worship service for 0 to 7 year olds called "Little Fishes". Pete provides the music for this as well as the main service that follows it.

Go to www.heatons-churches.org.uk for more information on the Churches in the Heaton's or speak to Pete Edwards concerning ways of getting involved.


Heatons Team is part of Heatons Churches Partnership

http://www.heatons-team.org.uk/

The Notice Board for the Heaton's Churchgoers

An initiative of The Churches Together In The Heatons and Heatons Churches Partnership.
A resource for all the churches in the Heatons.

Churches together work with the heatons churches partnership




Heatons Churches Partnership promotes the alpha Course

http://uk.alpha.org/node/10022029

The Heatons Churches Partnership
Stockport, Cheshire SK4 3DP -
Contact:
Mr Stephen Innes
Phone:
+44(0)161 406 7040
Courses Start:
Sep
Type:
The Alpha Course
Denomination:
Methodist


http://www.firstplumbline.net/html/drnickygumbalandpapal.html

‘It was a great honour’, says Nicky Gumbel

After returning from Rome, Nicky Gumbel said:

‘ It was a great honour to be presented to Pope John Paul II, who has done so much to promote evangelisation around the world. We have been enormously enriched by our interaction with Catholics in many countries.

It is a great privilege to meet inspiring leaders from different parts of the church – Catholic, Baptist, Salvation Army, Pentecostal, Lutheran, Methodist, and so many more – and discover that what unites us is infinitely greater than what divides us.

As Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa has pointed out, the battle today is similar to that of the first century. The battle is around the King: Is Jesus a Universal Saviour, or just one among many? Thus, on the crucial issue of our day, we can be united and proclaim this Jesus to a desperately needy world.’

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