The Association of Interchurch Families is a charity that operates in Great Britain as a support group for families in which the partners are members of different Christian denominations, usually but not always where one of the spouses is a Roman Catholic.
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... Interchurch families take seriously both their marriage commitment and the fact that two traditions are represented in one family ... Today, all over the world, interchurch families are gathering, supporting each other, walking with their pastors and their churches, working toward the unity for which Christ so ardently prayed ... It seeks to link all those families, groups, and Associations so that together they may grow in Christian unity, by affirming at local, national and global levels ...
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