Adam Spiers, a student at Durham University, is currently a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago – and he has chosen to use his pilgrimage to raise funds for Church Action on Poverty. We invited him to tell us why.
Our local group in Sheffield has a very successful annual ‘Pilgrimage’ event. Revd Phil Borkett, a regular pilgrim, explains why this is such a powerful event.
A Church for the Poor, a new book from Jubilee Plus, explores the same questions as Church Action on Poverty’s ‘Church of the Poor?’ project. In this guest post, Greg Smith, Development Worker for Together Lancashire, reviews the book.
To transform unjust structures of society,
to challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation
A sermon on the fourth mark of mission
Church of the Resurrection and St Barnabas, Eastlands Manchester
23 July 2017
Communications Manager Liam Purcell explains why Church Action on Poverty is a partner in the new Centre for Theology and Justice.
Our local group in the North East used the opportunity of Church Action on Poverty Sunday to reflect on some big questions, and get involved in the End Hunger campaign. Group secretary Pat Devlin shares some of their thoughts and learning.
People in the Church of England have been exploring how the vision of social justice and a ‘church of the poor’ relates to the Church’s mission. In this guest blog, David Primrose (Church Action on Poverty trustee and Director of Transforming Communities in the Diocese of Lichfield) explains.