The role of CTMR is to coordinate rather than provide resources. However, there are some resources available that have been produced during the ongoing work and so here is a brief description and link for those available:
- A guide Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants: Welcoming the Stranger
- Refugees and Asylum Seekers: linked to Welcoming the Stranger, relating to supporting English language learning. Supporting English Language Learning
- Supporting Asylum Seekers: SAS Reports
- Luther 500. A major national ecumenical event hosted on Merseyside with a conference that included reports, papers and advice about working together, commonly known as The 5 R's.
A Faithful Presence
Professor Hilary Russell received recognition by CTMR Presidents for her outstanding contribution to Merseyside (pictured in the centre) and chaired the CTMR Management Council for number of year giving an invaluable contribution to Churches Together in the Merseyside Region.
Hilary wrote a book called 'A Faithful Presence'. This book shows how churches work together and illustrates a range of social action undertaken by churches locally and nationally – pastoral, advocacy, campaigning.