A USPG emergency grant is helping the Church of Bangladesh reach out to communities after monsoon rains caused flooding in Bangladesh and neighbouring countries that has claimed more than 250 lives. The grant will provide food, clothes and medicine. More
Over 32 million people in the Caribbean have been exposed to high wind zones. Some islands, such as Anguilla have reported critical damage with up to 90% of infrastructure being damaged. Please donate to our rapid response fund More
In July USPG hosted a General Synod Fringe event looking at climate justice….
John Selwyn Gummer, Lord Deben, and other guest speakers urged members of the Church of England to get vocal about climate justice.
Ron and Creddy Hart, from Downton, near Salisbury, had the unusual experience for two white people of spending two months in a black township in South Africa. Ron, a retired Anglican priest, and Creddy, a retired nurse and church worker who was born
‘The church must not shy away from HIV. It needs to be a place of healing.’
The Revd Maxwell Kapachawo, who is HIV-positive