“The War on Wonga”- 5 years on: A celebration and challenge of a prophetic call

Date

Tuesday 10 July 2018, 7:30PM - 9:30PM

Venue

St Paul's Hammersmith
Queen Caroline St, Hammersmith,
London
W6 9PJ

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Money Matters.

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W6 9PJ

“The War on Wonga”- 5 years on: A celebration and challenge of a prophetic call

Summer 2018 marks the 5th anniversary of Archbishop Justin Welby’s challenge to the church to help promote affordable finance with credit unions - aka the “War on Wonga.”

Join us for a stimulating and challenging evening of theology and practical challenge, as together we ask these questions:

  • What social injustice caused that prophetic call?
  • Where are we now in responding to this
  • What are the new challenges for the next 5 years in London, as together we seek a fairer financial system for all?

Confirmed Speakers

The Most Reverend Justin Welby

The Most Reverend Justin Welby What caused the prophetic call? A pre-recorded interview.

Archbishop of Canterbury

@JustinWelby

The Rt Reverend Dr Graham Tomlin

The Rt Reverend Dr Graham Tomlin A Theology of Just Finance

Bishop of Kensington

@gtomlin

Baroness Maeve Sherlock, OBE

Baroness Maeve Sherlock, OBE The sweetspot of campaigning

Labour peer. Shadow DWP Minister, House of Lords.

@MaeveSherlock

Anna Jones

Anna Jones Transformative power of Credit Unions

Board of Directors, London Community Credit Union

Tim Thorlby

Tim Thorlby The importance of a living wage

Managing Director of www.cleanforgood.co.uk.

@TimThorlby

  • More speakers to be confirmed over the coming week

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