Joint Public Issues Team Partners:

Baptist Union of Great Britian
Baptist churches are found in almost every country in the world. As part of the world-wide Christian church, Baptists form one of the largest families of faith, alongside other trinitarian Christian traditions such as Anglicans, Methodists, Reformed, etc.

The Methodist Church of Great Britain
The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission

The United Reformed Church
‘Reformed’ means that we delight in the Bible, we do not fear change, and we try to run our churches in ways that take everyone’s insight and contribution seriously. ‘United’ is an important part of our story. We started when English Presbyterians merged with English and Welsh Congregationalists in 1972. Churches of Christ joined in 1981 and Scottish Congregationalists in 2000. We still work as closely as we can with Christians of all traditions and styles.

The Church of Scotland
The vision of The Church of Scotland is to be a church which seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving communities.

Issues-based websites

Environment

Arocha
Christian Ecology Link
Operation Noah
Pray and Fast for the Climate

Food banks

Trussell Trust

Gambling

Gamble Aware
GamCare

Peace making

Action on Armed Violence
Campaign Against Arms Trade
Christian Aid
Fellowship of Reconciliation

Politics

Christians in Politics
Scottish Churches Parliamentary Office

Poverty

Church Action on Poverty
Churches’ Refugee Network
Housing Justice

Churches

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland – CTBI
Action of Churches Together in Scotland – ACTS
Churches Together in England – CTE
CYTUN – Churches Together in Wales
Quakers in Britain