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At the end of this month, the Joint Public Issues Team will be launching a new resource, one that will invite church groups to sit down and have healthy, balanced conversations about our shared society. Conversation Welcome will explore how we can build God's Kingdom together in the run-up to the invocation of Article 50 and the resulting departure from the European Union. The pack will lead participating groups through theological reflections about how we treat others, use our resources and make decisions, and then invite carefully considered conversation and prayer.

Over the last year we have seen an awful lot of debate, perhaps some conversation

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