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There are four Presidents of Churches Together in England:
The Archbishop of Canterbury
The Archbishop of Westminster
The Free Churches Moderator
The Fourth President nominated by the other churches in England –
including Orthodox, Black Majority, Lutheran and the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
The Presidents in early 2011 are pictured here:
Bishop Jana Jeruma-Grinberga,
Archbishop Rowan Williams,
Commissioner Elizabeth Matear,
Archbishop Vincent Nichols.
The Presidents meet regularly to discuss matters concern to the Churches in England. Their meetings are facilitated by the General Secretary of CTE.
In June 2002 the then Presidents signed a Personal Covenant in the presence of HM The Queen, at Windsor. This has subsequently been signed by new Presidents.