JPIT: July 2020
Coronavirus has changed daily life in the United Kingdom and abroad. Churches are learning how best to faithfully respond to the crisis.
Churches have played a key role in providing support to those who need it most, and raising up the justice issues that have been highlighted and created during the pandemic. COVID-19 has brought huge changes to all our lives, but inequalities mean that some people have been hit even harder than others.
That's why we're calling for all of us to Stay Alert to Justice during the pandemic, and beyond.
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