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LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL CELEBRATING 50 YEARS

- A LOOK BACK AT OUR COMMEMORATIVE ISSUE

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Over the past year and a half Churches Together in the Merseyside Region (CTMR) brought together a gathering of young adults aged 18+ from across Merseyside.

 

Rebecca, one of the members of the group says: ‘The CTMR Group is filled with the most amazing and wonderful people.  Since the beginning, it has grown and become more than just a group of young adults but a family...This group is something I have been missing and it is so important…to find people of a similar age to grow and learn together.

 

Cynthia said: ‘Being part of the CTMR group has been such a wonderful experience.  I have the opportunity to meet, learn, and socialise with Christians from other denominations and it's been great knowing that there are other people with whom I can share my faith’.

 

It is ‘a place for friendship, support and fellowship that is a blessing to be a part of’, Chloé observed and Peter experienced: ‘this is something to look forward to during COVID-19’.

 

Taras, a young priest commented: ‘Having been raised in an atheistic society (Soviet Union), I am grateful to be part of this group, members of which eagerly profess their Christian faith.  It is a great joy to see young people from different Christian backgrounds coming together, sharing their gifts and creating a community that transcends denominational borders’.

 

The group would be delighted to welcome other young adults aged 18+ to come and join the zoom meetings.  If you would like to know more, please contact Veronica email:  veronica@ctmr.org.uk or contact Elisabeth at the CTMR office Tel: 07394 075951 (WhatsApp is fine).

Something to look forward to

Being part of the CTMR group has been such a wonderful experience

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