Spalding church leaders sign unity pact

Church leaders from the Spalding area have signed a new covenant to work together.
Church leaders from the Spalding area have signed a new covenant to work together.
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Church leaders in Spalding have pledged to work more closely together for the benefit of the town and its people.

Ministers from nine churches, including Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal and Church of England, signed a covenant drafted by Churches Together in Spalding District (CTSD) during a service of Christian unity at St John the Baptist Church, Spalding.

Rev Anthony Walker, chairman of CTSD and pastor of Spalding Baptist Church, said: “Together as churches in our area we can achieve a great deal, both in sharing the good news of the message about Jesus Christ as the only hope for mankind and in practical ways such as Agape Care Foodbank and Street Pastors starting in July.”

Rev Chas Sandhu of The Lighthouse Church, Spalding, said: “It’s very important that we as Christians show solidarity and not fragmentation as God only sees one church, not all the theologies churches may have.”