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The new immigration system in Britain is throwing church workers into confusion because the UK Border Agency does not understand religious activities, says the EA. But there are larger concerns, too.
In what is set to be one of the largest ever Christian expressions in the public square, thousands are to attend simultaneous services celebrating the place of migrants.
A Japanese Christian leader is urging churches to "listen to the cries" of temporary migrant workers many of whom are now without jobs as the world's second-biggest economy's unemployment rate soars.
Barry Morgan, the Anglican Archbishop of Wales, will be mucking in to help create a 'Sanctuary Garden' at the RHS Cardiff Flower Show on 15 April, as part of a venture to support asylum seekers.
US President Barack Obama has used his visit to Turkey to emphasise that the US is not and will never be involved in a 'war on Islam', and that he wants cooperation not conflict between civilisations.
The targeting and scapegoating of vulnerable groups can undermine the very values which are supposedly being defended, says Savi Hensman. She also sets out the strong Christian case against such practices.
Three British Churches have reminded people of the true Christian message of love for all people following the inclusion of Jesus in a BNP election campaign.
Given all the previous pronouncements about the BNP, why did the Archbishop of York and the Church of England refuse to answer the BNP when it asked what Jesus would do, asks Jonathan Bartley