Sue Whitlock, a Church Action on Poverty supporter from County Durham, is preparing to preach on 26 February, Church Action on Poverty Sunday. She shared with us these reflections that had occurred to her on the church’s prophetic role.
Re-Enchanting the Activist: Spirituality and Social Change is a new book by Keith Hebden, who led the End Hunger Fast in 2014 and is now Director of the Urban Theology Unit. This review is by Sandra Dutson, a member of Church Action on Poverty’s Council of Management.
Hilary Russell and John Battle worked alongside John Atherton in the founding of Church Action on Poverty. They have shared these memories and tributes to John, who passed away last week.
We were saddened to learn this week that John Atherton, a founding member of Church Action on Poverty, has passed away.
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Many of Church Action on Poverty’s supporters raised funds for our work – and raised awareness of the UK’s growing hunger crisis – by taking part in a Lenten Fast this year. One anonymous supporter shared this reflection on their fast.