A new report out, commissioned by Bishop of London, the Right Revd Dame Sarah Mulally, draws lessons from how NHS professionals, faith leaders and members of faith communities can work together to improve community mental health.
If your car wash costs £5, but there are six people working on it, that could be exploitation. The Clewer Initiative tell us about their Safe Car Wash App and how we can use it to help end slavery and exploitation at hand car washes.
Fr Niall Weir tells the story of how the Posh Club came to his church in Hackney. With a weekly burst of what he calls “heavenly mania & divine madness”- a daytime nightclub with singing, dancing, cabaret and a huge dose of fabulously, it joyfully tackles loneliness and isolation for the over 60s.