This online event seeks to help the UK church find its place in climate action by resourcing, equipping and informing on climate and racial justice issues.Continue reading
Join a group of young people from across the UK as they share their views on racial justice, Black Lives Matter, COVID-19 and the climate emergency.Continue reading
Staemnt addressing the concerns of General Synod and others following the Archbishops’ Council decision not to proceed with the Racial Justice Task Force’s recommendation to appoint and fund a Racial Justice Officer for each one of Church of Englands 42 dioceses.Continue reading
The new publication was released as part of an online ecumenical event held recently by WCC and the Council for World Mission entitled “Anti-racist in Christ? Ecumenical Christian Repentance, Reflection and Action on Racial Discrimination and Xenophobia.”Continue reading
The Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) organised an online event “Black Lives Matter – what have European churches done and learnt?” sharing account of some of the developments over the last year in European churches.Continue reading
Join us as we seek God’s Kingdom of equality and justice. This week, we launched a brand new animation and resource page to help you and your community pray and fight for racial justice and reconcilation.Continue reading
What can Christians actually do to fight racism?
How do we avoid slacktivism ?
How do we overcome the social hesitancy of pursuing racial justice
How can you be an ally without being a white saviour?
How do white Christians play their part ?
Service withsenior Church leaders and local Christians at the NTCG Brixton Community Church in south London, remembering the tragic death of Mr Floyd, as well as challenge churches and communities in Britain and Ireland to stand up for justice, and against racism, ignorance, and hatred.Continue reading
This forum is to challenge the inequalities in race that exist throughout the County that have not been authentically addressed.Continue reading
To mark the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, Churches Together in England (CTE) is sharing daily prayers on racial justice from our Member Churches, from Sunday 23 to Sunday 30 May.Continue reading