Who's Who

CTL Officers

                          

  • Chair                                           Vacant
  • County Ecumenical Officer        The Revd Anton Muller                                                                                    antonmuller@ctlancashire.org.uk
  • Treasurer:                                   Mr Jim Fisher

CTL Church Leaders

 

 

 

Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool         Archbishop Malcom McMahon

                                                       Bishop Tom Williams

Catholic Diocese of Salford                  Bishop John Arnold

Catholic Diocese of Lancaster              Bishop Michael Campbell OSB (T)

Anglican Diocese of Blackburn             Bishop Julian Henderson (Blackburn)

                                                       Bishop Philip North (Burnley)

Lancashire Methodist District               The Revd Paul Davis

NW Synod United Reformed Church     The Revd Andrew Mills

The NW Baptist Association                 The Revd Brian Drury

The Society of Friends                          Pat Golding (T)

The Salvation Army                             Major Drew McCombe

 

 

The Denominational Officers (DEO)

Together with the Ecumenical Development Officer, the Denominational Officers /Reps form a team working to stimulate and encourage unity in mission across the county. They also maintain the County Sponsoring Body for LEPs.

  • The Baptist Union:                                              The Revd Brian Dury
  • The Methodist Church:                                         The Revd Ray Borg
  • The Church of England:                                       The Revd Gary Lewis (Lancaster)
  •                                                                          The Revd Martin Duerden (Blackburn)
  • The Roman Catholic Church (Lancaster Diocese):   Fr Peter Burns
  • The Roman Catholic Church (Salford Diocese)        Fr Peter Hopkinson
  • The United Reformed Church:                               The Revd Liz Jewitt
  • The Salvation Army: 
  • The Society of Friends:                                         Professor Ian Marshall