ADRA-UK and the TED partner to tackle the fallout of COVID-19 ADRA-UK, through its ‘I am Urban’ initiative, has partnered with the Trans-European Division (TED) to deliver the Umbrella Project (UP). UP is a UK-based partnership between 73 urban community hubs,...
The raven and the dove – A serious reflection on life as lockdown eases Noah waits a further seven days and then sends out the dove again, and this time it returns to the ark with an olive branch in its mouth; hence the dove is now a symbol of new life, new...
Clapton Community Hub supports frontline workers during COVID-19 outbreak A growing initiative by Clapton Community Church sees the provision of much needed items to front-line workers, low income families and pregnant mothers. The news reports of deaths of...
Stay, spray, play, pray How do we give justice in a pandemic? The onslaught of COVID-19 in the UK has highlighted the excessive inequality in the UK between those who lack access to the basics in life and those who have more than they can use. The 14 April Independent...
Lockdown, but . . . not out! ADRA-UK is promoting community outreach by Total Member Involvementthroughout the COVID-19 crisis. Lockdown! Your church has now moved from the building to a virtual space. Sabbath School, sermons, Bible studies and prayer meetings are all...
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