This year, resources for Racial Justice Sunday are available from the United Reformed Church (URC) and the Catholic Church in England and Wales, plus there are resources related to Black History Month from the Baptist Union of Great Britain that could also be adapted. They can be used on Racial Justice Sunday or any time […]
Order or download resources for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019. Material for 2019 originates from the churches of Indonesia, where there is a strong emphasis upon the need for unity alongside the nation’s ethnic and religious diversity. The resources also highlight issues of economic injustice and how religious pluralism can face challenges […]
The Mystery of God. In 2019, our Lent course delves more deeply into the mystery of God, seeking to rediscover what it is that draws us so deeply in our search for God. We will follow Jesus through the Lenten readings, allowing him to draw us, in love and wonder, into the mystery of God’s […]
Michael H Taylor, Emeritus Professor of Social Theology at the University of Birmingham, will present the 2019 David Goodbourne lecture ‘Sweet Charity’, organised by the Centre for Theology and Justice, and Luther King House. Charities have come under increasing scrutiny in recent times and this lecture will focus on their capacity, or otherwise, to bring […]
Theology for a Learning Church: Christian Education, Lay Formation and the Language of ‘Discipleship’. In the second annual David Goodbourn lecture, Professor Elaine Graham, Grosvenor Research Professor of Practical Theology, University of Chester, explored the perennial tension between Christian education for the ‘gathered’ and ‘scattered’ church, and considered what patterns of learning and formation are […]
Update 4 May 2018. Bilingual Welsh/English version now available to download. This practical theological resource uses the document Christian Witness in a Multi-religious World: Recommendations for Conduct produced by the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). It aims to help you: Gain a practical understanding towards application of the guidelines. Provide […]
The Centre for Theology and Justice was launched at Luther King House in Manchester on 10 May 2017. It is the culmination of various collaborations between Christian Aid, Church Action on Poverty, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and Luther King House, and aims to be ‘a space and an opportunity for sharing reflections, resources […]
Take a look at our website dedicated to covering the refugee crisis in Europe. It aims to be a one-stop source of information covering news, policy, practical action and resources for those in the faith community interested in refugee and asylum issues. Visit www.focusonrefugees.org and let us know what you think of this crucial issue.