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.
Church Action on Poverty is a partner in a conference next month exploring ‘the challenge of Pope Francis’. Our Communications Manager reflects on why the Sabbath is important – and invites you to join us.
Nick Waterfield, chair of the local Church Action on Poverty group in Sheffield, offers further thoughts on the ‘complex’ reasons why people use food banks.
In this guest post, food poverty researcher Jane Perry responds to Theresa May’s comments about the reasons for food bank use.
Help us make sure that alternative voices are heard in this General Election.
David Primrose, Director of Transforming Communities in the Diocese of Lichfield and a trustee of Church Action on Poverty, reviews the first two volumes of an exciting new series edited by Paul Cloke and Mike Pears: Mission in Marginal Places.
Sarah Whitehead became a community activist and leader after taking part in one of our Schools of Participation. Sarah recently took part in a digital communications conference organised by Sound Delivery, and wrote this blog for them about her experience of empowerment.