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Creationtide 3
earthingfaith
http://www.earthingfaith.org/creation-tide

Creationtide 4
Season of Creation
http://seasonofcreation.com/

Diocesan Malawi Link
Diocesan Malawi Link
http://www.malawipartnership.org.uk/

Ecochurch
A web site devoted to ecological action
http://ecochurch.arocha.org.uk/

Eksteenskuil Agriculture Co-operative, South Africa
Information about Eksteenskuil Agriculture Co-operative, South Africa
http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/en/farmers-and-workers/other-products/eksteenskuil-agriculture-cooperative

End Hunger Uk
Everyone should have access to good food. No one should have to go to bed hungry.
http://endhungeruk.org/

Fairtrade Foundation
For Issues concerning Fairly Traded goods
http://www.fairtrade.org.uk

Footsteps Many Faiths – One Planet – One Future
Quaker Peace Hub
http://peacehub.org.uk/events/many-faiths-one-planet-one-future/

Global Goals
In September 2015, the United Nations will adopt the Sustainable Development Goals, a series of ambitious targets to end extreme poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change.
http://www.globalgoals.org/

Highbury Orchard Community
connecting people & land by caring for both
.http://peopleandland.org.uk/

Inclusive Church
Inclusive Church is so much more than a single issue organisation. It is committed to working for a church that is welcoming and open to all.
http://www.inclusive-church.org

John Hull
John Hull's Web Site
http://www.johnmhull.biz/

Joint Public Issues Team
Since 2006, the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) has combined the expertise of the Baptist Union, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church in the area of public issues. In March 2015, the Church of Scotland joined JPIT for a one year pilot partnership.The Team aims to enable our four Churches to work together in living out the gospel of Christ in the Church and in wider society. We aim to promote equality and justice by influencing those in power and by energising and supporting local congregations.
http://www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/

Jubilee Debt Campaign
Jubilee Debt Campaign
http://www.jubileedebtcampaign.org.uk/

Justice Mail
Justice Mail is sponsored by local churches seeking to give support to peace and justice campaigns being organised in Britain.
http://www.justicemail.org.uk/

Love Your Neighbour
The 'love your neighbour' campaign is owned by us all and seeks to draw people together and to believe the very best for our cities and regions. We must meet hate with love, confusion with hope, anger with peace and fear with joy. So go… know your neighbour… love your neighbour.
https://www.loveyourneighbour.org/

Methodist Tax Justice Network
MTJN aims to put tax justice issues at the heart of the Methodist Church's mission, through campaigning, working with partners in the UK and overseas and educating and communicating within the Methodist Connexion. We run campaigns targeting both companies and government policy, as well as trying to influence the Methodist Church in the UK to make tax justice an important issue at all levels of church life, from ethical investment and mission work through to training and preaching. We have a number of resources available to download from this website, including campaign information and educational materials. You can also sign up to our mailing list if you wish to get more information straight to your inbox. If you have any questions or want to get in touch, please email mtjncoordinator@gmail.com.
http://methodisttaxjusticenetwork.nationbuilder.com/

Modern Church
An international society promoting liberal Christian theology Founded in 1898 to defend liberalism in the Church of England, we now work ecumenically to encourage open, enquiring, non-dogmatic approaches to Christianity
http://modernchurch.org.uk/

Paula Gooder's Web Site
Paula Gooder's web site
http://gooder.me.uk

Power for Good
Power for Good Co-operative Ltd takes local action on the global issue of climate change, a concern shared by many faiths and expressed in the Interfaith Declaration on Climate Change. From a variety of worshipping communities, we want to see a reduction in the carbon emissions that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) accepts as the chief cause of global warming.
http://powerforgood.btck.co.uk/


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