Core to all our activity in ACTS is the principle of being Churches Together.
This is summarised in the Lund Principle adopted by the churches at the third world conference on Faith and Order (August 1952), which states that:
'the churches should act together in all matters....except those in which deep difference of conviction compel them to act separately'.
Local, national and international ecumenical bodies therefore are not intended to become 'superchurches' but places where churches from the wide diversity of Christian experience, meet, engage, reflect and share in common action. This model of 'being churches together', is found throughout all ACTS structures.