Liam Purcell from SCM's campaign partner Church Action on Poverty tells us of his hopes and plans for 2018, and what SCM students can do to help end hunger in the UK!
Articles in the 'Faith in Action' category
Nellia Mazarura, Zimbabwean student at Northampton University, tells of the frightening experience of leaving her home country to study in the UK, while her loved ones were living in an increasingly dangerous, unstable situation.
SCM member and postgrad student, Adam Spiers, tells us about the recent Joy in Enough 'big workshop' in Sheffield.
Tina Beardsley writes about the recent hostility towards trans people and parents of trans children in the media.
Faith in Action Project Worker, Ruth Wilde, writes about the viral social media hashtag #metoo and how the new hashtag #churchtoo is exposing the problems of abuse in the churches.
Alex Akhurst - Anglican Representative for Durham Joint Anglican and Methodist Society – gives an update on what his SCM group has been up to this term, including a summary of their recent panel event with Inclusive Church.
Bishop Dr. Delroy Hall writes in this Black History Month guest blog that black people still have much injustice to worry about in society, but despite everything, still find ways to thrive.
Ellen Lesser, MA student at Exeter University, writes about what loving the earth means for her.
American Mennonite Pastor, Mike Nimz, writes about why he believes Jesus and guns should never be put together.
Ex-soldier and Peace Pledge Union employee, Wayne Sharrocks, tells of his own experiences of recruitment to the army as a child, and explains how to combat militarism in universities. This is the third blog in an SCM blog series for Week of Prayer for World Peace.