Ecumenical

Community

Church

We are a people-focused Community Church within a reformed tradition. We are progressive but Gospel-led Christians.  The ECC+C is categorised as  'Free' Church but in full acknowledgement of its inextricable link with the first Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church via the Apostolic Succession.

The ECC+C oversees a number of pastoral and prayerful ministries around England. We believe God reveals Himself to us via Christ's love and not through man-made dogma. We aim to care for the spiritual and emotional  wellbeing of people at their point of need.

We are not 'Parish' Priests in a traditional sense as we manage a number of dedicated and specific chaplaincies and ministries. We also concern ourselves both practically and prayerfully with the health of our planet and every living creature within it.

If you would like to speak to a representative from our church, please call us on 01590 624731.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the ECC+C

 

As one of the less well known corners of the Reformed Catholic world, we play an important role in helping to provide people who are unchurched (or those who feel disenfranchised from Organised Religion) with a fresh path to Christianity. For years we have aimed to continue the work of the Apostles by transforming lives through the Gospel by how we communicate with people - and not what we preach to them. We share with every single church in the world, a  universal 'Catholic' history and bring together Reformed Catholics, Lutherans and other Protestant (Open and Free) traditions. We are committed towards meeting the pastoral and spiritual needs of our local communites to the best of our abilities.

 

Bereavement Rescue is an outreach project founded by Most Revd Rod Walton and Revd Dr Caroline Wilkins in the New Forest. We have recently re-developed our website and are in the process of adding more and more content. We provide free bereavement support and grief counselling at the point of need.

A massive thank you for helping make dementia an election issue.
 
For the first time ever all political parties pledged to fight dementia in their election manifestos. This is a fantastic achievement and is thanks to your tireless campaigning.

As the general election furore calms down we will work hard to ensure that the new government delivers for those living with dementia. We hope we can continue to count on your support.

What next? The fight against dementia continues. Alzheimer’s Society is asking people about their experiences of social care to help influence the next government and make sure that dementia remains high on the political agenda.
 
+Nicola is a campaigner for the Alzheimer's society. Her mother suffered with the illness for 8 years which eventually took her life. Please visit their website and see how you can support them helping, in a broader sense, the thousands of people with Alzheimer's and their families.

 
Click here to visit the Alzheimers Society website

We proudly promote the artist Elizabeth Wang and invite you to view her inspired works of art.
 
 
Radiant Light
 
 
Encouragement in the catholic faith through the paintings and writings of Elizabeth Wang

Journey of Hope...from Violence to Healing is not a part of the ECC

but we fully support its mission and ethos as it wholly betrays the 6th Commandment.

 

Exodus 20:13 THOU SHALL NOT KILL

 

Journey of Hope...from Violence to Healing is an organization led by murder victim family members joined by death row family members, family members of the executed, the exonerated, and others with stories to tell, that conducts public education speaking tours and addresses alternatives to the death penalty.

 

Journey Storytellers come from all walks of life and represent the full spectrum and diversity of faith, color and economic situation. They are real people who know first hand the aftermath of the insanity and horror of murder. They have real stories that recount their tragedies, and their struggles to heal as a way of opening dialogue on the death penalty in schools, colleges, churches and other venues.

 

Death Penalty? Bad Public Policy?

Listen to the Voices of Experience


The National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Annual Conference
Louisville, Kentucky
January 14-17, 2010

17th Annual Fast and Vigil
US Supreme Court
June 29-July 2, 2010

 

NEW BOOK:
Journey of Hope...From Violence to Healing
BY BILL PELKE

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