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Found 7 resource(s) in 'Looking at your Church', for August 2021.
Looking at Church (all articles) for August 2021Prayer Walk 21 and OIKOS A celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Social Justice Iran set to intensify Christian persecution Five things we’ve learnt about Truth in the pandemic Hardship for those who rent ** Prayer Walk 21 and OIKOS Hope for Every Home, part of HOPE Together, has recently launched OIKOS, a new prayer... (1760 words)
Prayer Walk 21 and OIKOSHope for Every Home, part of HOPE Together, has recently launched OIKOS, a new prayer walking app, as part of Prayer Walk 21. You can find the app free in your app store under OIKOS Outreach. Hope says that: “During Covid and lockdown God has taken His church out of the building, reconnected people with... (231 words)
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – a celebration of faith & serviceA four-day Bank Holiday from 2nd to 5th June 2022 will mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. This is being called “an amazing opportunity” to bring our communities together for the celebrations, which end on Pentecost Sunday. HOPE Together, the Church of England, the Methodist Church, Biblica and other key partners are currently planning for the... (256 words)
Social JusticeYoung people today are often very concerned about social and political justice. The ‘Gen Z’ generation (those born in the 21st century) are especially worried about climate justice, as they would term it. They are conscious that over the next 50 to 80 years of their lives, the problems arising from not taking action now... (285 words)
Iran set to intensify Christian persecutionThe persecution of Christians is set to intensify in Iran, following the election of hard-liner Ebrahim Raisi as the Islamic Republic’s new president. That is the warning from Release International, which is also urging Iran’s new president to allow full religious freedom and release all prisoners of faith. “This victory for the hardliners will mean... (283 words)
Five things we’ve learnt about Truth in the pandemicI’m involved in a project rooted in the Church of England’s St Albans diocese, north of London. We bring together people from a range of backgrounds and faiths to address the question ‘Where is Truth now?’ A vital issue for us from recent months has been ‘How has truth fared during the pandemic? Here are... (503 words)
Hardship for those who rentRenters are struggling. 1.7 million renting households are worried about paying their rent over the next three months, and nearly one million are worried about being evicted during the same period. Such are the findings of recent research by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF). The JRF says that black, Asian and minority-ethnic renters, renters with... (82 words)
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