This week (10-16 May) is Christian Aid Week and this year it will be somewhat different.
Churches across the diocese are being invited to stand in solidarity with the world’s most vulnerable people in new and innovative ways.
The coronavirus outbreak threatens the health of our neighbours near and far.
Together we must respond quickly to help the most vulnerable.
Coronavirus has shown us that our futures are bound more tightly together than ever before.
And now it is spreading across the world’s poorest countries, putting people living in poverty at great risk.
These people are already facing a lack of water, food and healthcare.
Some are homeless. Some are living with underlying health issues such as HIV.
As coronavirus infection rates speed up, they will feel the impacts of the virus deeply. We must respond now.
Coronavirus impacts all of us. But love unites us all.
Donations can be made via the website christianaid.org.uk or by telephone on 020 7523 2269.
Virtual prayer and reflections
Daily until Saturday 16 May at 11am
Live daily reflections from Christian Aid staff and partners overseas.
Christian Aid Community online
Daily until Saturday 16 May at 7.30pm
Daily fun quizzes for the whole family.
Hosted by Revd Kate Bottley, Dr Rowan Williams and Giles Fraser.
Put your thinking caps on for a pre-recorded quiz.
The Christian Aid Week website has a wealth of resources including:
- Order of service for virtual Christian Aid Week services
- Prayers in the time of coronavirus
- TV quiz
- Donation forms
- Children's activity sheet
Visit the Christian Aid Week website for more information, resources and to get involved.