Churches Together on target for launch

Church of God in Christ considering membership
The fledgling Christian Churches Together—a painstakingly crafted amalgam of U.S. mainline Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox, racial/ethnic and evangelical/Pentecostal churches—will organize formally behind closed doors early in June and publicly celebrate the milestone in September.

Its goal has been to have 25 Christian organizations committed to the CCT-USA by this spring. The June 1-3 steering committee gathering at a Jesuit retreat house in Los Altos Hills, California, might exceed that goal, with 27 or 28 representatives, said Wesley Granberg-Michaelson, a Reformed Church in America executive, who chairs the committee.


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