Capital Mass aims to engage and support every parish in the Diocese of London in tackling poverty and inequality.

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How can the Church help to heal our fractured society?

27 November 2019 by Jenny Sinclair

In this guest blog, Jenny Sinclair, founder of Together for the Common Good shares wisdom on how Christians can read the signs of the times and work towards the “Common Good”- for the healing of our society, across tribalism and divides.

Making saving a social thing: Church run savings clubs

20 November 2019 by Alison Tsang

Sacred Heart RC Church in Kilburn set up a simple savings club through the credit union within their church activities, with the aim of transforming their community’s attitudes and behaviours to saving.

Being Brave: Helping church talk about money issues

05 November 2019 by Alison Tsang

When a team from the Hackney Parish came to a session on how they could respond to Universal Credt, it ended up meaning they took a very brave step: Talking about money with the whole congregation- on a Sunday morning!

Forthcoming Events

London Night Shelter Service at St Paul’s Cathedral

Wednesday 12th February 2020, 5pm

St Paul’s Cathedral, Housing Justice and the Rt Hon Stephen Timms invite you to a service in thanksgiving for the work of night shelters in response to the rise in rough sleeping in London.

Full details for this event.

Fundraising for your church’s social action

Tuesday 3rd March, 2020, 2.30pm-5.00pm

A 2-hour interactive workshop providing advice and guidance for churches on how to fundraise for social outreach in their local communities.

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Mental Health, Isolation and Loneliness

Tuesday 19 May 2020, 6:30PM - 8:30PM

An evening hearing from churches & organisations working to help support those in the community with mental health, isolation and loneliness; an evening to share ideas, good practice and network.

In partnership with Livability.

Full details for this event.

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