In fellowship with Churches Together in England (CTE), the basis shall be that of the World Council of Churches, namely, ‘a fellowship of Churches which confesses the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures, and therefore, seek to fulfil together their common calling to the glory of the one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit’. In the power of the Spirit and united in pilgrimage and common witness, they seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with each other.


To be a visible sign of the Churches’ commitment to one another in obedience to our Lord’s prayer that “they may all be one … “ (John 17:21) by:


To enable all Christians to give visible expression of their common membership of the body of Christ.


The Assembly of representatives of member churches will meet at least once a year and provide opportunity to worship, discuss, and have refreshments together. Any member of a participating church can attend meetings as an observer. One of these meetings shall be the Annual General Meeting at which officers are elected, accounts presented, and reports submitted.


As the servants of the churches the Assembly will:


Christians Together in Jersey shall consist of:


Any subscription shall be decided annually by the Annual General Meeting.

Amendment to the Constitution

The Assembly shall have the power to amend the Constitution, but twenty-eight days notice will be given to local congregations of any proposed amendment to the Constitution. Amendments shall be approved by a majority of two thirds of the members of CTJ present and voting.

(The Constitution was last amended on 7th December 2022)