Despite Islamic attacks, Christian Solidarity International won’t retreat

Though the COVID pandemic has driven many aid organizations out of Mozambique, Christian Solidarity International (CSI) and their partner Pro Vision continue to supply food, clothing, and shelter for Christians and non-Muslims displaced by Islamist extremists.

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Jerusalem church attack “reflects the extent of the Israeli extremists hatred’

His Beatitude Theophilos III, the 141st Patriarch of Jerusalem, has described another attack on a Jerusalem church as a “terrorist act that reflects the extent of the Israeli extremists’ hatred for the Christian religion.”

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Coronavirus Survey: Churches feel affected by no face-to-face contact

A recent survey by Christian Conference Trust has revealed that 92% of churches and Christian organisations say they have lost connection with some of their people because they were unable to meet face-to-face.

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Community Champions to give COVID-19 vaccine advice and boost take-up

Over £23 million funding has been allocated to 60 councils and voluntary groups across England to expand work to support those most at risk from COVID-19 and boost vaccine take up, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced.

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Churches can equip themselves to support the bereaved during pandemic

As the United Kingdom tragically passes 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, the Bishop of Southwark’s Officer for Clergy Bereavement, Revd Canon Yvonne Richmond Tulloch, is encouraging churches to equip themselves with the knowledge of how to support the bereaved.

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Spring Harvest plans online event after tough decision to cancel 2021 events

Having carefully reviewed the situation with their colleagues at Butlin’s, Spring Harvest has announced “the tough decision not to proceed” with its 2021 events at Minehead and Skegness. It will now focus on its planned online event.

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