Social Justice

And what does the Lord require of you?

To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8)

This page celebrates ways Christians work together for peace, justice and reconcialition in our world

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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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21 June 2021

Windrush Day 2021

To mark Windrush Day tomorrow, Tuesday 22 June 2021, the Windrush flag will be raised outside Birmingham City Council House…

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Useful Links

Social Justice

Seeking social justice together with others

This page is updated regulary with links to events offering opportunities to engage in issues of social justice.

The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) website offers blogs, resources and updates on a range of issues, such as the economy, environment, poverty, migration and politics. JPIT is a collaboration of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Church of Scotland, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church.

Understanding faith. Enriching society. Theos stimulates the debate about the place of religion in society, challenging and changing ideas through research, commentary and events.

The National Justice and Peace Network is a grassroots body with Catholic roots, working with groups and individuals of all faiths and none, who share its aims and values.

Resources

Social Justice

Churches have long been concerned with fairness in society, particularly related to poverty and homelessness. The Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI) website detail the involvement of a range of churches in social justice.

The website of Justice and Peace Commission of the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham also offers information and links