Check out this video of Revd Ben Woodfield and his wife Amy about how they gather in their home every week and host a service for local community members. Ben and Amy were part of Eden Old Trafford a while ago and we love supporting them in the great work they are doing
With Racial Justice Sunday approaching, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland have put together this helpful resource entitled 'Racial Justice: What's It Got to do With Me?' to help churches reflect on this during a worship service, but also to continue the conversation beyond that.
Click on the link to download the winter 2021–22 issue of SPARK, our newsletter for supporters of Church Action on Poverty.
As we enter our 40th anniversary year, Church Action on Poverty is more committed than ever to our core vision: that the UK can and must be transformed into a country where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. Poverty robs people of dignity, agency, of power over their own lives. In spite of current challenges that threaten to sweep ever greater numbers into poverty, we believe our vision – an end to poverty in the UK – can become a reality.