Inderjit Bhogal
Hospitality and Sanctuary for All

Inderjit Bhogal came to the UK as an immigrant, and therefore has personal experience of what it means to be a stranger. As a Methodist minister and founder of the City of Sanctuary movement, he is well placed to reflect on what it means for Christians to offer hospitality and sanctuary to those fleeing war and persecution.

The study is divided into four sections, making it an ideal Bible Study and House Group resource in the four weeks of Lent or Advent, or the four weeks leading up to Refugee Week. There are suggested group discussions and activities, and worship material. To get the best out of the material, an ideal group size would be around 5-6.

The Order of Service provided can be used at an Act of Worship at any time, but is especially suitable for Sanctuary Sunday or Racial Justice Sunday. 

It can also be used for conversation and dialogue with people of different faiths and beliefs, as a personal study and reflection guide, or as a basis for developing your church as a Church of Sanctuary.

The Guide can be accessed on the Church of Sanctuary website.