‘Why the Church should care about Housing’

Conscious that 8m people are living in substandard, overcrowded or unaffordable accommodation across the country, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Housing, Church and Community has called for this to be a major element of the church’s mission in coming years and are encouraging a culture change that sees engaging with housing need as a creative and natural way to engage with our local communities. This webinar will explore ways in which all churches can get involved in housing need locally and the theological basis for doing so.

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