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Edited by Karen Campbell and the Revd Ian Fosten, the 2021 URC Prayer Handbook is titled Conversations, and comes in two sections. The first follows the pattern of linking a prayer to one or more of the set lectionary readings for particular days throughout the year. The second section invites contributions which arose out of the writers’ personal experiences of conversing with God – the everyday and extraordinary situations in which we are moved to say “Sorry!”, “Help!” or “Thank You!”, along with the issues which give rise to deep reflection, or to respond to God’s voice as heard through the scriptures and the world.
The Handbook includes two prayers by Katrina Clifford, an elder at Trinity.
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A campaign calling for debt cancellation for people who have been swept into unavoidable debt in recent months launched on 4 October by a group of four denominations representing two-thirds of a million Christians and ecumenical charity, Church Action on Poverty.
The United Reformed Church, the Baptist Union of Great Britain, Church Action on Poverty, the Church of Scotland, and the Methodist Church urge the government to create a Jubilee Fund to provide grants to pay off and cancel unavoidable debt accrued by the poorest households during the lockdown period, giving them a more stable platform from which to face the difficult winter ahead.
It is thought that 6 million people in the UK have fallen behind on rent, council tax and other household bills because of coronavirus and almost one in five have borrowed money to pay for everyday essentials such as food.
Low income families have been particularly badly hit, in particular those with children. Younger workers, those from BAME communities and those with caring responsibilities have been disproportionately affected by job losses due to the pandemic, and many therefore have been forced to borrow to make ends meet. Read More
Read the Mansel Road Centre newsletter here to see what has been going on there during the last difficult months.