New resources

  • Black History Month (October) 2019 [An intercultural resource for use throughout Black History month drawing on the lectionary readings for the month of October and making connections with a number of intersecting issues.]
  • In our own Words [This a collection of essays written by BAME ministers and ordinands of the URC sharing their faith journey. The essays are autobiographical and offers critical reflections on what it means to be a visible 'minority' within the United Reformed Church.]
  • Diversity Awareness Conversations [This resource of seven conversation points is intended to enable constructive conversations on raising awareness and growing good habits/practices of diversity.]
  • Racial Justice Sunday 2020 [ Here is a modest collection with contributions from various writers and put together by Global and Intercultural Ministries of the United Reformed Church. February 9,2020 is designated as Racial Justice Sunday. The resource, though, can be used anytime, though, the reflections are based on the lectionary readings for this specific sunday.  Should you still need to draw on the 2018 resource kindly contact us
  • CWM Resources [various]
  • Wonderful Youth [A multicultural resource from the Baptists Union of Great Britain. A very timely collection of materials.]
  • MLK50 Social Justice Lenten Lectionary [A special Lenten lectionary to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Revd Dr Martin Luther King Jr. organized by the Faith Leaders Team of the American National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee.]
  • Chant Down Babylon [A collection of reflections for Pentecost prepared by the Council for World Mission.]
  • a cloud of witnesses [Worship resources for the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the SS Empire Windrush.]
  • Longing to Belong (https://youtu.be/B6ZO5UOSJN4) [In honour of 70 years of the arrival of the Windrush, this short film tells the story of Mandy's love and appreciation for her grandmother, Agatha. Agatha arrived in the UK on the Windrush in 1948, and had to deal with loss, prejudice and racism in her struggle for equality. Mandy shares Agatha's inspirational story with her daughter - Agatha's great grand-daughter - Aggie, a proud descendant of the Windrush Generation. Accompanying questions for th film can be found here.]  
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