Where mercy and justice meet
Poverty snapshot: nobody cares
A recent letter from an 11-year-old to her MP highlights the effect of poverty on a family…
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March
25
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Jennie Pollock
“Things that matter are hard”
The comedy film 'Instant Family' tackles questions around fostering and adoption...
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March
04
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Jennie Pollock
Know, pray, act: food poverty
Food poverty is a high-profile need in the UK. How can you pray about it and what can you do?
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February
20
Author
Jennie Pollock
What do you have in your hand?
Lessons in serving the poor from a chain of sandwich shops...
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February
12
Author
Jennie Pollock
Bearing fruit in old age
Learn about the Pilgrims’ Friend Society's services to older people...
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February
06
Author
Jennie Pollock
Introducing 'Power the Fight'
A new initiative empowering communities to end youth violence
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January
23
Author
Jennie Pollock
Survivor support training event
Learn more about how to support survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery...
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January
10
Author
Jennie Pollock
Know, pray, act: homelessness
Facts, prayer points and action ideas around homelessness and rough sleeping...
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December
07
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Jennie Pollock
The party is saved by the poor
A brief summary of some of the key themes from the 2018 conference
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November
14
Author
Jennie Pollock
Know, pray, act: modern slavery
How can you pray about modern slavery, and what can you do about it?
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October
23
Author
Jennie Pollock
The Bishop and the urban poor
We ask our keynote speaker, Bishop Philip North, a few questions about his passion for the poor...
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October
11
Author
Jennie Pollock
Know, pray, act: personal debt
In the UK, one person is declared bankrupt every 4 minutes 44 seconds. How can you help?
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October
03
Author
Jennie Pollock
Youth grants available
Apply by 30 September for a grant to help your church youth group kickstart a community project...
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September
05
Author
Jennie Pollock
Making a meal of it
Eating together is a wonderful way of getting to know each other and learning about each other’s lives and cultures, but only if everyone feels equally comfortable and secure...
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December
04
Author
Jennie Pollock
Who made your wardrobe?
John, and two of his friends (both called Andy) disposed of all their clothes (yes, all of them), and committed to only wearing garments if they knew who had made them, and knew that those people had been able to By Jennie Pollock
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April
24
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Jennie Pollock

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