What are Ecumenical Officers?
|Each partner church of West Yorkshire Ecumenical Council has at least one Denominational Ecumenical Officer (DEO). They are all members of WYEC Council. Their job is to represent their own church on the Council and to represent WYEC and the wider Church within their own constituency.|
The Denominational Ecumenical Officers have a role as an ecumenical conscience, encouraging people within their own denominations to be outward- looking and to work with the other churches in their locality. The Denominational EOs also do a great deal of the nuts-and-bolts work of ecumenism, in particular helping with the smooth running of Local Ecumenical Partnerships (LEPs). Under-pinning all they do is their shared worship, friendship and regular meeting together.
Who are the WYEC Denominational Ecumenical Officers?
For full contact details, please see Members of WYEC.
Revd Glenn Coggins, Diocese of Wakefield
Revd Peter Mott, Diocese of Bradford
Revd Dr Colin Cheeseman, Diocese of Ripon and Leeds
Revd Dr. Philip Clements-Jewery, Yorkshire Baptist Association
Revd Paul Fisher, Diocese of Leeds
Deacon Gita Putce
John Mothersdale, West Yorkshire District
Revd George Bailey, Leeds District (North and East)
UNITED REFORMED CHURCH