Forgotten People, Forgotten Places

See videos of some powerful talks about being church on the margins.

In summer 2019, Church Action on Poverty was a partner in the National Justice and Peace Network’s annual conference, on the theme ‘Forgotten People, Forgotten Places’. We shared stories and explored ideas from our own ‘Church on the Margins’ programme.

NJPN have now shared videos of two of the talks at the event – watch them here:

Professor Anthony Reddie talked about ‘Theologising Brexit: Deconstructing the Myths of Racial Purity. White Marginalisation and Urban Poverty in Britain’.

Deirdre Brower Latz talked about ‘Re-membered People, Re-imagined Places: Being Church on the Margins’.

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