Churches Together In Stroud is a group of Christian churches in the Stroud Valleys area of Gloucestershire working together to bring the Good News of Jesus relevantly to our community.
We represent a varied worshipping community of over five hundred Christians. We are united by a common experience of knowing God at work in our personal lives.
Our response is a desire to share our stories with our friends and neighbours and everyone in our locality. We hold united services of worship both indoors and outside — we invite everyone to join us.
We work together to bring light and hope to the poor, marginalised and disadvantaged. Together we support a number of local initiatives:
The Door is a youth project based in Stroud and established in 1991 for the benefit of all young people aged 11 to 25 and their families. More information >>
The Marah Trust is committed to supporting vulnerable and marginalised adults in the Stroud District, helping them to move on from their addictions and circumstances. We work with people on the margins of society; those who are excluded from the everyday, positive experiences of life due to their circumstances, life history and others' perception of them. More information >>
Tiddlywinks, a cafe-style drop-in for parents and carers with babies and young children. More information >>
Churches Together In Stroud (CTS) is part of a wider ecumenical movement headed by Churches Together in England.