The Social Justice Programme seeks to inspire and support parishes and the whole Diocese as together we respond to the needs of local communities and the wider world.
The king will answer them, ‘Truly, I tell you, just as you did it to the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.’
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Migration & Refugees
Our Social Justice Toolkit
Seven key ways to get involved and make a difference in your local area:
1- Social Justice Champions
2- Good Neighbours
3- Credit Unions
4- MakeLunch (Meals for needy children in the holidays)
6- Community Audits
7- General Election
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Church Urban Fund have written to the Bishop of Salisbury.
Clergy briefing here
- Key facts about your parish, plus a report on poverty in England:
- How churches can address the root causes of food poverty:
- Materials for One World Week, Oct 2015 (Poverty and Inequality):
Social Justice Programme
In response to the consultation Christians in the Community; Challenging Injustice and Need, a small group has worked to develop a programme that includes project ideas that can be replicated in local settings as well as supporting wider campaigns for justice.
The Social Justice Programme also encompasses our continuing work that includes care for the environment, international development, addressing poverty issues, inclusion, racial justice, Gypsies and Travellers, urban priority areas, rural affairs, and links to government at local and national levels.
The Social Justice Programme is supported by Colin Brady working as the Social Justice Programme Manager and by the Social Justice Working Group. Email Colin via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The social justice report to February 2015 Diocesan Synod is available here.
Mental Health Matters - the Church of England's official web resources for mental health issues, packed with useful information is at http://www.mentalhealthmatters-cofe.org/
Social action is core to the heart and mission of Church of England, a national survey shows.