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Stay Alert to Justice is the new campaign from the Methodist Church along with the Baptist Union and United Reformed Church.

COVID-19 has brought huge changes to all our lives, but inequalities mean that some people have been hit even harder than others.
The world on the other side of the lockdown will be different. If we stay alert to justice we can make the right choices about how to move on.

People from across the Baptist Union, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church have come together to call for us to Stay Alert to Justice.

To watch a sort video about Staying Alert, please click on this YouTube link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fu_fZqc0qGs


Stay Alert Briefing

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