Churches and communities across the UK are taking part in Good Society conversations – exploring what must be done to build a Good Society, listening especially to voices from poor and excluded communities.
At the conference, participants from those conversations will join Church Action on Poverty’s supporters to share visions of the Good Society – and discuss how they can work together to make those visions real.
The conference takes place at Stoke-on-Trent Civic Centre on Saturday 30 January 2016.
With the General Election fast approaching, 2015 is a year of decision. Our churches have a major role to play – not just in hosting hustings meetings – but in sharing a positive ‘2020 Vision’ of the kind of ‘Good Society’ we want to help create, locally, nationally and globally over the five years of the […] | More
Next February, help Church Action on Poverty create its vision of a Good Society – a fairer world with a smaller gap between rich and poor – by taking part in Church Action on Poverty Sunday. Worship materials for churches are available to download, which include planning a service, prayers, Bible readings, an all-age activity, […] | More
Want to get a true sense of the Good Society project? Watch this. Our powerful, moving short film sums up the Good Society, according to community voices in Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham, Swansea, Cornwall and Newcastle. | More