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UK Churches promote peace and justice next week, on Peacemaking Sunday (22 September) and during the World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel (22-28 September).
The Church of Scotland has defended people living in poverty, and those who need benefits to live, against the lies regularly told about them.
A Justice Forum on welfare and benefit reform, the first of a series organised by the Diocese of Oxford,took place today (23 May) at the Wesley Memorial Church in Oxford.
The Methodist Council agreed further work on poverty, equality and inclusivity when it met at Uplands House in High Wycombe on 13 - 15 April.
Paul Morrison, Policy Adviser for the Methodist Church in Britain, says that the Chancellor's Budget this weekmust put right previous unjust rhetoric about people in poverty.
Over 40 Church of England bishops have signed an letter to the government in the media criticising its Benefits Uprating Bill as an attack on the poorest.
A new churches' report shows how evidence and statistics have been misused, misrepresented and manipulated to create untruths that stigmatise the poor.
Church Action on Poverty has launched a shocking new report which exposes the huge harm done by politicians and the media to poor and vulnerable people.
The Free Churches have called on the Westminster government to protect the fuel poor and work towards the decarbonisation of the UK's energy network.