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.
Articles in the 'love' category
The world is a gym, in which we push against anger in order to build muscles of compassion.
SCM member, Lee Soo Tian, gets to the heart of what Timothy Radcliffe was saying in his keynote speech to the SCM Manchester Gathering.
Faith in Action Project Worker, Ruth, tells us about how using the simple but challenging methods of nonviolent communication can help build community and create space for transformation and reconciliation.
Finding a community where you feel comfortable to explore your faith can be tricky. SCM and YFGM member Julian Wood tells us about his experience of re-engaging with Christianity and his journey so far.
Ruth Wilde is our new Faith in Action Project Worker. Here she talks about what Faith in Action means to her and why it's important for Christians.
Adam Smith is a student at the University of Winchester and is the president of the new SCM group there. Here he shares his journey to faith, in which SCM has played a part.
This blog post written as part of the Faith in Action project, which you can read about here
Each year, Christians around the world observe Good Friday. Good Friday activities differ around the world. The Catholics recall the fourteen Stations of the Cross, which are the fourteen areas through which Christ was taken on Good Friday. Normally a mass is not celebrated as the faithful read from scriptures
Why Concern Universal cares about climate change
On Monday, I packed my bags and headed for London (no mean feat if you live in the Welsh countryside) for a meeting of the Climate Coalition. This group of 100+ UK NGOs used to be known as the Stop Climate Chaos coalition. The change of name is no accident, nor is it entirely because you feel like you need a lie down by the time you’ve got to the end of saying ‘the Stop Climate Chaos coalition’.