All blog posts in the 'Campaigns' category
Gordon Hudson, manager of Eco-Congregation Scotland, speaks about what they do to help churches respond to environmental issues, and why they believe caring for creation is a key Christian task.Read more
Meek and mild? Think again. The Bible is full of women being courageous, humble, generous and unlikely heroes.Read more
On International Women’s Day, the creator of the God Loves Women Twitter account blogs about the journey through social media, and reflects on how online platforms can be a tool for positive conversations.Read more
As Christmas approaches, SCM member Emma Temple gives the lowdown on the best ways to do your shopping ethically this year.Read more
We hear from Stephen, our outgoing Faith in Action intern, on the recent nonviolent protest at Church House organised by the Fellowship of Reconciliation.Read more
SCM is part of the Show Up campaign - an initiative to encourage Christians to take an active role in the 2015 General Election. So why should students vote? Sally Foxall takes a look at the bigger picture and finds a compelling case for students to show up.Read more
Today (Friday 6 March) we join hands with our sisters in Christ around the world for the Women’s World Day of prayer. Celebrated since 1926, it’s a day to celebrate women and their contribution to the life of the Church, with over 5,000 churches taking part in the UK alone. This years theme is ‘Do you know what I have done to you?’ John 13:1-17.
Join us in celebrating by saying the official prayer for this year:Read more
Simone Ramacci, President of the Progressive Christians society at the University of Essex, shares with us their success in the Sourced campaign.Read more
Meek and mild? Think again. The Bible is full of women being courageous, humble, generous and unlikely heroes. We’ve highlighted five of them to get you started.
The theme for this service is ‘Celebrating Women’ recognising the Women’s World Day of Prayer on Friday 6 March and International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March. If you’re leading this service with your local group or church, why not empower people and invite them to take a part each at the start of the service?Read more