A resource designed to help you connect your faith and your finances. Developed as part of our Many Voices pilot project with Black Majority Churches.
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.
Join JustMoney Movement supporters and staff in central Birmingham on Friday 5 May as we take the next step in our Don’t Bank on Plastics campaign.
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 […]
Join us for two online events facilitated by Church and Peace exploring the theme “Why should we be concerned about the Financial Services we use?”
Saturday 8 October 2022 | Birmingham
Join ECCR at Green Christian’s conference this October, which is focusing on the theme: Building back greener? Christian perspectives on the future of our economy, money and work.
We’ve launched a new campaign – Don’t Bank on Plastics – calling on banks to limit their financing of the biggest plastic producers and polluters and play their part in ending the global plastic crisis.
Looking for an ethical bank account for your church? Download our comparison of 4 of the more ethical bank accounts suitable for churches and charities.
Why should Christians care about how banks work? A short guide to greener, fairer banking.
A series of short articles introducing ethical finance , including banking, investing and pensions.
As part of the Money Makes Change programme we are gathering stories from individuals and churches who are seeking to use the finances they steward to shape a fairer, more sustainable future for everyone. In this reflection, Revd Canon John Nightingale from Birmingham shares some of the questions he has asked about his own finances […]