Welcome to our blog space. Here you’ll find a number of blogs, both from external and internal authors.

The views shared within these blogs are those of the authors and not always of the JustMoney Movement.

We hope you enjoy this space, at times feeling encouraged, at other times challenged, but always feeling welcome.

Salt And Light in the Economy 

In this blog Dr Eve Poole OBE explores the lure of consumerism and how Christians can use their own consumer behaviour to redeem the marketplace. Using an ordinary bank statement, she explains how you can fine-tune your own consumer report card so that it serves God and not Mammon. What does it mean when you […]

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A Prayer for Good Money Sunday  

On Sunday 8 October, churches across the UK will be marking the very first Good Money Sunday, a new initiative from JustMoney Movement that calls on Christians to make financial choices that benefit people and planet.    JustMoney Movement is launching Good Money Sunday to equip more Christians and local churches to join the dots between […]

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Christian Aid Calls Time on Barclays

The news that Christian Aid is moving away from Barclays has made headlines this week and has been welcomed by climate campaigners. With wildfires raging across Europe linked to climate change, the need for urgent action to address the crisis is clearer than ever. But banks like Barclays are not doing enough to play their […]

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Introducing Matt Ceaser

I am delighted to be joining the JustMoney Movement in the new role of ‘Movement Builder’. This is an exciting role to take on with such a hardworking team, building a network of ‘JustMoney Champions’: activists committed to seeking a greener, fairer future through the just use of money. This network is a key part […]

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HSBC must stop financing plastic pollution

JustMoney Movement attended HSBC’s AGM in Birmingham on Friday 5 May, calling on the bank to take urgent action to stop financing the biggest plastic producers and polluters. Join the campaign by adding your name to our letter to HSBC.

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Seek the Welfare of the City 

‘Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you – pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare, you will find your welfare’ Jeremiah 29:7 Left – Clean for Good photo exhibiton at St Katherine Cree Church London Intro to Clean for Good The cleaning sector is renowned for low […]

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Making the Switch: Changing Banking for the Better

Grace Murray from The Switch Cambridge – a student-led campaign for ethical banking – explores how switching banks has the potential to create a paradigm shift in the finance industry. Grace got involved in The Switch Cambridge during her time at university. She now lives in London, works for local government and is passionate about systems change […]

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Fair Banking for All

As Jesus looked up, he saw the rich putting their gifts into the temple treasury. He also saw a poor widow put in two very small copper coins. “Truly I tell you,” he said, “this poor widow has put in more than all the others. All these people gave their gifts out of their wealth; but she out of her […]

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“The Government can afford to do more” – Our Budget Response

This Budget took place against a backdrop of spiralling inequality affecting millions of individuals and families across the UK. People’s pay and benefits have fallen way below prices of food, energy and everyday goods over the last decade, and this has been massively exacerbated by the Cost-of-Living crisis.  The JustMoney Movement calls for policies that […]

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Churches and ‘Tainted Money’ 

In this guest blog, Professor Fred Robinson explores the difficult balance between Christian principles and worldly pragmatism when it comes to the source of the money that churches steward.    How should churches respond to the problem of ‘tainted money’? What should churches do about historic endowments linked to exploitation? Does it matter where churches invest their money […]

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