Srebrenica–Potočari Memorial and Cemetery for the Victims of the 1995 Genocide

Looking Towards a Future with No Genocide

By Lizzy on 25 Jan 2022

Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), which falls every year on the 27th January, is a day in which we remember those who were persecuted and died during the Holocaust and the four UN recognised genocides that have occurred since. In this blog, Lizzy reflects on her experience of meeting those who survived the Srebrenica genocide and the importance of listening to and learning from those who have experienced the horrors of the Holocaust and genocide if we are to achieve a future with no genocide.

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Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Timeline

By Alana on 19 Jan 2022

A timeline of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's life.

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United in Christ: Ecumenism and the World Church

By SCM on 18 Jan 2022

Nathan reflects on The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and the importance of ecumenism and the world church. 

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Earth is a mess, y'all: Putting Faith Into Action Isn’t Always Easy

By Lizzy on 13 Jan 2022

Nobody said it was easy, but no one ever said it would be this hard. Putting your faith into action can be a minefield of trying to pick the least worst option, activism fatigue, comparison and guilt. Lizzy explores these potential pitfalls in her latest blog.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu – A Life Lived Through Faith in Action

By Lizzy on 11 Jan 2022

A reflection on the life on Archbishop Desmond Tutu and how he put his faith into action.

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Recipes at the Ready!

By Lizzy on 6 Jan 2022

We're asking you for your favourite ethical recipes his January. Read the blog to find out how to contribute to our ethical cookbook!

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The Story of a Refugee

By Alana on 20 Dec 2021

No room left at the Inn... The story of a refugee called Jesus. 

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Ten Times the UK Welcomed the Stranger (and the Positive Impact They Had)

By Lizzy on 18 Dec 2021

The Christmas period presents the perfect time to reflect on the importance of welcoming the stranger, the migrant, and the refugee. To mark International Migrants Day and continue reflecting on the importance of welcoming the stranger, our latest blog celebrates those who have come to the UK to escape violence and made positive contributions to our society.

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Janis Joplin - Merdedes-Benz

By Alana on 14 Dec 2021

An Everyday Theology on Christmas and Consumerism 

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Peace to Contend with War

By SCM on 9 Dec 2021

In September SCM attended the DSEI arms fair protests along with other faith groups. Here, Phoebe reflects on the day.

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