Posts Tagged “URC”

Responding to the hostile environment policy

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Responding to the hostile environment policy

CTBI’s Churches’ Refugee Network met last week and among a number of other topics, the attendees discussed the UK government’s ‘hostile environment’ policy and the recent U-turn on the deportation of the Windrush generation. Revd Fleur Houston – author of the book You Shall Love the Stranger as Yourself (Biblical Challenges in the Contemporary World)…

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The privilege of choosing to travel rather than the choice being between death and taking your chances somewhere new

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The privilege of choosing to travel rather than the choice being between death and taking your chances somewhere new

Sarah Moore is a minister of the United Reformed Church currently serving in Cumbria, England. In addition to this she is currently a trustee of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI), an ecumenical body consisting of 39 member churches and 37 bodies in association, whose work is to serve the churches of Britain and…

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‘@home in a strange place’ – URC collection of resources

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‘@home in a strange place’ – URC collection of resources

The United Reformed Church has collated and published a collection of resources – @home in a strange place – to encourage and stimulate ‘sacred conversations’ on migration. The URC @home in a strange place resources include a thematic introduction; suggestions on conversation methods; short stories, bible reflections; a written and filmed short play entitled When Truth…

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