This small group resource (produced in partnership with LICC and Stewardship) will help you start a conversation and explore how the choices we make with money can change the world for the better.
Today (24 November) is Black Friday 2023. Together with Cyber Monday (and, increasingly, the weeks before and after it), it is the main shopping event of the year, when major retailers purport to offer huge discounts to entice shoppers.
As those called to follow Christ and point towards a new way of living, the consumerist culture with Black Friday as its sacred festival must concern us.
We are delighted to be leading this Green Christian workshop exploring Fossil-free banking.
Green Christian workshops take place on the first Wednesday of each month, are interactive and practical and may involve breakout groups
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.
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 […]
We are excited to announce that Elaine Bowes will be leading this, our third JustMoney Movement MoneyTalks session.
Elaine Bowes is Head of Marketing and Communications at The Pentecostal Credit Union – a Black run community bank serving the Pentecostal faith across the whole of the UK.
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 […]
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.
This event has now past but a full recording of the session can be found on our YouTube page (see left). Sign up to receive our regular JustMoney newsletter to find out more about upcoming MoneyTalks sessions. We are excited to announce that Barbara Ridpath will be leading this, our second JustMoney Movement MoneyTalks session. […]
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 […]