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.
Symon Hill, Coordinator of the Peace Pledge Union, responds to criticism of the white poppy and the need for peace.
As I continue exploring discipleship, I am becoming convinced that the Anabaptist tradition has a lot to offer to those who want to follow Jesus. For this reason, as Remembrance Sunday approaches, I had an on-line chat with Cheryl and Michael Nimz from the Anabaptist Network UK to see what their perspective on poppies and pacifism would be.
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.
Mexican Quaker, Marisol Reyes, explains how the 'Day of the Dead' festival came into being and what it means for Mexicans.
Ellen Lesser, MA student at Exeter University, writes about what loving the earth means for her.