Churches Together in Milton Keynes

We are a network of Christian communities in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas. We are working together to show God’s love to the Borough and City of Milton Keynes.

Our current priority is to build a strong network of committed member congregations.

We have a particular concern with Poverty, Climate Justice, Refugees, Racial Justice and Mental Health.

Week of Prayer - January 2023!


What is the week of Prayer for Christian Unity? - Find out more here


In MK we have a fantastic line up of events!

Pastor Ferdinand Tambwe from Rehoboth PEFA Church will lead us in worship, as we pray for the new City of Milton Keynes. Join us for an evening of Pentecostal prayer and vibrant music, with speakers including Rev Helen Cameron, the Moderator of the Free Churches Group, and our local Roman Catholic bishop, Rt Revd David Oakley.


Prayer for the City

Wednesday 18th January, St Mary’s Church Bletchley, 7.30pm

Choral Evensong is one of the great English musical traditions, with its rich biblical language and emotive music. Choirs and singers from across the Borough will gather for a brief rehearsal at 6.00pm. Rev Lisa Kerry, the Baptist Regional Minister will be speaking at this open and enjoyable event. The Moderator of the URC East Midlands Synod, Revd Geoffrey Clarke will be leading the intercessions. Check the web site for more details if you want to take part.


Come and Sing Evensong

Thursday 19th January, St Mary and St Giles, Stony Stratford, 7.30pm

There are an amazing number of charities and mission agencies based in Milton Keynes. They make a huge difference to our communities - and to the wider world. This is an opportunity to meet some of these change makers and find out how we can support them in their crucial work.


There will be stalls, talks, activities and cake!


The afternoon will finish with a Cost of Living Summit at 3:15pm which will include speakers from key agencies.


Mission Fair

Saturday 21st January, Servant King, Furzton, 10.00am to 4.00pm

Michael Tippet wrote and composed this moving oratorio during the dark days of the Second World War. It reflects on the experience of oppressed people across the World, with a longing for peace and reconciliation. At the turning point of our week, this concert performance will root our search for justice in the depths of the human soul. Tickets are available from Cornerstone.


A Child of our Time

Sunday 22nd January, Christ the Cornerstone, 7.30pm

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