Faith Resources

The faith resources section includes links to theological reflections and a list of prayers (including a comprehensive set of worship resources collated by the Church of Scotland) as well as sites that regularly publish similar material.

We also have an archive of publications on refugees and asylum from CTBI and elsewhere, providing useful background material and demonstrating how the churches took the issue of refugees seriously long before the current crisis in Europe.

 

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What is a Sanctuary Meeting? Quaker in Britain’s Tatiana Garavito explains …
Feb 21

What is a Sanctuary Meeting? Quaker in Britain’s Tatiana Garavito explains …

At the recent CTBI Churches’ Refugee Network conference, Tatiana Garavito introduced the Quaker programme of Sanctuary Meetings. A racial justice activist and organiser, Tatiana was just three weeks into her new role as Sanctuary Everywhere Programme Manager with Quakers in Britain. ...
CTBI’s Churches’ Refugee Network meets
Jan 23

CTBI’s Churches’ Refugee Network meets

CTBI’s Churches’ Refugee Network met again this afternoon in London. Individuals involved in supporting and improving the asylum process as well as representatives from a wide range of (mostly) faith-based NGOs working in the refugee sector. Attendees heard an update from Refugee ...
Churches’ Refugee Network day conference – Monday 5 February 2018
Jan 16

Churches’ Refugee Network day conference – Monday 5 February 2018

Sanctuary will be one focus of the day conference on Monday 5 February 2018 being organised through CTBI’s Churches’ Refugee Network. The morning schedule will include time to support and refresh those working with refugees, people seeking asylum and migrants before Inderjit Bhogal introduces ...
Human Flow: Ai Weiwei’s perspective-giving primer on global migration
Dec 27

Human Flow: Ai Weiwei’s perspective-giving primer on global migration

Rather than pick a few interesting personal stories out of the millions of displaced people across the globe, Ai Weiwei keeps his focus on the scale of the worldwide Human Flow in his new documentary. By stretching the narrative across 23 different countries, Ai Weiwei also zooms out from the ...
A Christmas Prayer for Refugees
Dec 25

A Christmas Prayer for Refugees

Lord, you were once a refugee as the small child from the manger fleeing to Egypt. And so we pray for all those who are fleeing persecution, adversity and hopelessness. We remember the millions of people across the globe who are displaced from their homes. We bring before you families that are ...
Resources about Statelessness #LockedInLimbo
Dec 1

Resources about Statelessness #LockedInLimbo

Last October, a set of twelve Biblical reflections were published by the World Council of Churches under the title I Belong: Biblical Reflections on Statelessness. They are available to purchase online (UK/US). In an era marked by migration, refugees and displacement, the growing problem of ...
CTBI Churches’ Refugee Network meets
Oct 16

CTBI Churches’ Refugee Network meets

The CTBI Churches’ Refugee Network formally met today for the first time. It’s the result of a merger between the well established Churches’ Refugee Network (which included representatives of churches, practitioners working directly with asylum seekers and people with theological resources in ...
Workshop on Faith Networks for Service Delivery and Advocacy for Refugees (London, 19 October)
Oct 12

Workshop on Faith Networks for Service Delivery and Advocacy for Refugees (London, 19 October)

Migration Exchange is hosting a learning and skill-sharing workshop in London on the afternoon of Thursday 19 October. The workshop will examine faith networks in service delivery and advocacy for refugees, migrants and asylum seeker and will provide space for reflection, learning and ...
Greenbelt 2017 events on migration, asylum and refugees
Aug 24

Greenbelt 2017 events on migration, asylum and refugees

If you’re attending the Greenbelt festival this weekend look out for some of the asylum and refugee-related talks and activities across the Boughton Estate site, north east of Kettering. Friday 25 August at 5.30pm. Climate theologian Dr Winston Halapua will talk about The Real Moana: Waves of ...
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