Some politicians believe that the UK is a 'Christian country'. Ruth Wilde, Faith in Action Project Worker, believes it's important for Christians to reject that idea.
Articles in the 'Faith in Action' category
Jonathan Murden, a student at Durham University, writes a personal reflection on Tim Farron's resignation.
SCM Groups Worker, Lizzie Gawen, tells us about her experience of a 'Great Get Together' event in Birmingham and other inter-faith and community-building work she's been doing.
SCM member, Emma Temple, writes about her experience of one of the 'Great Get Together' events on the weekend.
Douglas Board, the author of Time of Lies, guest blogs for SCM about why Christians should set to work creating encounters across divides and building a cohesive, empathetic society one year after the divisive Brexit vote.
SCM General Council member, Simone Ramacci, reflects on International Conscientious Objectors Day and what it means to be peacemakers.
Faith in Action Project Worker, Ruth Wilde, shares her thoughts about the current negotiations at the UN to ban nuclear weapons.
Ellen Lesser, an SCM member and a student at the University of Exeter, tells of how her experience studying Theology made her faith stronger.
Nick Gore, member of SCM Sheffield, describes how he was able to match up his faith and his passion for social justice at university.