A group of volunteers, operating out of Maidenhead United Reformed Church, are continuing to send boxes upon boxes of donations to Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
United Reformed Church ministers have ensured that their support for Ukraine was conveyed loudly and clearly last week.
On 3 April, Passion Sunday, churches and Christians from across the UK and Ireland will come together in an act of witness to pray for the people of Ukraine and for an end to the conflict.
The United Reformed Church's Commitment for Life team makes a donation to the aid Ukrainian refugees.
The Communion of Protestant Churches in Europe has condemned the Russian Federation’s attack on Ukraine.
The United Reformed Church and 52 member churches, as Churches Together England Forum, have denounced the war in Ukraine and call for its immediate end.
Maidenhead United Reformed Church has played a central role in sending a lorry packed with hundreds of boxes filled with emergency supplies to Ukraine.
The Racial Justice Advocacy Forum calls for action for Black and Brown peoples facing racial discrimination amidst the invasion of Ukraine.
United Reformed Church ministers, the Revds Alex and Jo Clare-Young, have had tattoos of peace symbols inked as a show of support for Ukraine.
Download our 'We pray for Ukraine' poster and find out about the other ways you can help support those affected by conflict in the Ukraine