Charity’s church partners empower poor communities during pandemic

The global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic threatens to push between 119 and 124 million more people into extreme poverty.

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Heroes of the Faith: George Washington Carver

To understand George Washington Carver, the great African-American agriculturalist and educator, you have to know something of the world in which he lived. Even though slavery was legally abolished across the United States in 1865, it cast a long-lasting and bitter shadow. African-Americans now lived in freedom, but poverty and discrimination continued.

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Insurer calls on government to extend church grant scheme

Ecclesiastical Insurance is calling for the government to extend the Listed Places of Worship (LPW) grant scheme to provide vital support for listed churches in the UK during the pandemic.

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#BackToSchool campaign launched with information for parents and pupils

The government has launched its #BackToSchool campaign to reassure parents and students that schools and colleges are ready for their return on March 8.

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Join us for Spring Harvest 2021!

Join us for Spring Harvest 2021! You’re sure to find high quality Bible teaching, Spirit-led worship and bucket-loads of fun things to do for all ages.

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Pearson Releases Race & Ethnicity Editorial Guidelines

 Pearson today released editorial guidelines that will advance the company’s commitment to fighting systemic racism in education. The guidelines will serve as a resource to help content developers — including authors, reviewers and editors.

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Charity gives Churches £130,000 to supply computers to vulnerable children

Leading disaster relief agency Samaritan’s Purse have procured 130,000 worth of laptops and tablets to help meet the new and equally pressing needs of children learning in challenging circumstances.

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