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Restore Training Course Spring 2022

Restore is motivating for action with our next training course for those interested in befriending or wanting to learn more…

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03 December 2021

Introducing the ‘Difference’ course

Emma Crick de Boom, Reconciliation Enabler for the Diocese of Coventry, introduces the ‘Difference’ course. We are all too aware…

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02 November 2021

Ways to engage with COP26

This week, COP 26 began in Glasgow. COP 26 is the 26th Conference of Parties and is a United Nations…

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How can we respond to Afghans and other people fleeing persecution?

Jeremy Thompson, Restore Manager shares with us; If we believe we have a Biblical mandate from Jesus to welcome the…

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25 October 2021

Racial Reconciliation service ushers in new era

Around 1,500 people from across Birmingham attended the ‘Racial Reconciliation, Repentance and Restoration’ service held at St Andrew’s Football Stadium…

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11 October 2021

Six days until the Racial Reconciliation service

In six days’ time, Birmingham’s Christian community will hold an historical event to stand together in unity across its different…

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21 September 2021

Venue for city-wide Racial Reconciliation gathering announced

Time4Change, the Birmingham Churches’ Anti-Racism network, has announced that the venue for its landmark Racial Reconciliation gathering on the afternoon…

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01 September 2021

Racial Reconciliation, Repentance and Restoration

The co-leaders of ‘Time4Change,’ the anti-racism movement that brings together senior leaders from Birmingham’s historic Churches, Black-Majority Churches and new…

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30 July 2021

Save the date – Sunday 17 October

Time4Change, the anti-racism movement which brings together senior leaders from Birmingham’s historic Churches, Black-Majority Churches and new Churches, has issued…

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14 July 2021

Church leaders condemn the racism shown to England footballers

Church leaders and leading Christian sports organisations have condemned the racist abuse that was put out on social media following…

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Many Voices, One in Christ

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