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Newsletter - February 2019

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Going for Gold

The Diocese’s fresh commitment to a more sustainable future. Read more

The Faith & Climate Network

Annie Merry, CEO of Faiths4Change, explains how The Faith & Climate Network began in Merseyside Read more

Why I’m done trying to persuade people on ecology & mission

Isaac Stovell reflects on how his faith led to his arrest as part of the mass protests organised by the Extinction Rebellion. Read more

Fossil Free Churches?

The Bright Now campaign, launched in 2013, is making a special plea this Easter, encouraging more churches of every denomination to join the Easter Tuesday Declaration for fossil free churches Read more

Living Lent

Feel overwhelmed by the challenges facing our climate? Unsure how you, as an individual, can make a difference? Then join the Living Lent community and be encouraged along the journey. Read more

Faith and our climate: where can I find out more?

Interested in finding out more about environmental justice and how it connects to faith? Here are three organisations exploring these questions. Read more

Joy in Enough Confession

Joy in Enough is a campaign for a fair and sustainable economy, challenging Christians to imagine and work towards an economy that supports human flourishing within the planetary boundaries. Read more

Understanding climate justice through theatre: Bible study resources

The Riding Lights Theatre Company has produced seven short films and notes for small group discussions about climate justice. Read more

14th March: Fostering and Adoption Information Evening

Home for Good are running an information evening about fostering and adoption on Thursday 14th March. Read more

Homelessness and Rough Sleeping - Who Cares?

The Community Foundation for Merseyside are hosting an event on homelessness and rough sleeping aimed at the Liverpool City Region private sector on Thursday 4th April. Read more

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Two new peacemaking Youth Resources

The Joint Public Issues team has launched two new youth resources.Read more

Poverty Safari by writer, rapper and community activist Darren McGarvey

Earlier this summer Darren McGarvey’s book Poverty Safari won the Orwell Prize.Read more

Micah lecture available to listen to online

The 2018 Micah Lecture took place on 18th June at Liverpool Cathedral.Read more

26th September - Cash Smart Credit Savvy Course

Together Liverpool’s Julia Webster is running a Cash Smart Credit Savvy Course on 26th September 10am-3pm.Read more

How can churches respond to domestic abuse?

Recent research has found that 1 in 4 church goers, in their sample of 400, had experienced domestic abuse.Read more

Universal Credit and food poverty: three ways to respond

Universal Credit is being rolled out across Merseyside in September. This brings with it many challenges.Read more

Food insecurity in Liverpool: the current situation and how we can respond

Six ways we can respond to food insecurity.Read more

Micah Liverpool opens a Community Market and café

Micah Liverpool is a charity set up by Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and St Bride’s Church to help relieve poverty and social injustice.Read more

Considering food pantries: a longer-term solution

With many people in the UK experiencing food insecurity, food pantries are an initiative looking to develop sustainable routes out of food poverty.Read more