The Church of England Evangelical Council ("CEEC") was first created by John Stott in 1960 to provide a "collective" evangelical voice within the Church of England.
There is much more diversity among Anglican Evangelicals today than at that time. In recent years new networks have been established with different emphases and objectives. At the same time local groups of evangelicals from different networks need a national body to which they can affiliate. CEEC exists to provide an overarching group to which the networks can belong, based on common understandings of the Christian faith and its Anglican expression, and united by a common vision to promote and maintain orthodox evangelical theology and ethics at the heart of the Church of England.
CEEC is particularly concerned to encourage evangelism, bible-based and Christ-centred formation of discipleship, evangelical leadership within the Church of England, and evangelical unity within and outside Anglicanism.
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