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.
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.
This week the nations of the world will come together to talk about ridding the earth of nuclear weapons, yet our banks and pension funds are still widely invested in them. Will you take action to stop them?
A series of short articles introducing ethical finance , including banking, investing and pensions.
Green Christian and environmental campaigner and activist Eliza spoke to us about the steps she has been taking to green her finances, including her pension.
In this blog, Money Makes Change programme manager Rosie Venner reflects on how our banks and pension providers may be the key to solving plastic pollution. My children love going out on a ‘treasure hunt’, otherwise known as a litter pick. We’ll be joining thousands of other keen litter-pickers for The Great British Spring Clean […]
Rosie Venner, Money Makes Change programme manager, introduces a new resource for Christians who want to connect their faith and their finances for a fairer, more sustainable world. In our new Bridging the Gap quiz, we invite you to reflect on the values that guide your decisions with money. When you chose your bank, did […]
In this guest blog, Henna Shah, from Make My Money Matter, explains why our pensions are such powerful tools to bring about change and how we can get involved. Lots of us are trying to lead more sustainable lives – eating less meat, buying ethical products, and going on holiday closer to home. But while […]
Methodist minister and ECCR trustee, Revd David Haslam, explores the importance of finding out how the money in our pension funds is invested.
Money Makes Change Programme Manager, Rosie Venner, reflects on the questions we need to ask about our pensions. I will be honest and say that I hadn’t given my pension much thought until recently. I’d been paying into it for over 10 years but hadn’t asked the question about what that money was doing. Coming […]