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Social Action

Social action
Our Social Action Group raises awareness of social issues such as homelessness, people trafficking, global poverty and climate change.  It encourages the church to demonstrate and work for love, compassion and justice in our world – locally, nationally and internationally. You can read more about the group’s responsibilities here.

We’re involved in a range of regular activities throughout the year.   These include serving evening meals at St Paul’s Hostel; providing and serving meals for the Salvation Army ‘soup run’ on a Friday night; ; working with Worcester City Mission to supply Christmas hampers to needy families; the Operation Christmas Child shoebox appeal; and, collecting donations for Worcester Foodbank.

Each year we also participate in campaigns on things like human trafficking, homelessness, global hunger, climate change, water and sanitation. This can involve praying, sending letters, postcards or emails to decision-makers, writing articles or making different lifestyle or shopping choices. We have had two meetings with Worcester MP, Robin Walker, to talk about a range of issues including hunger, climate change, human trafficking and our church’s  partnership with Malawi.

Anybody that wants to see less injustice and disadvantage in the world can get involved in social action.  You don’t have to be a member of St Peter’s Baptist Church!  Here are just some ways, click on the links to find out more:

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St Peter's Baptist Church
Address: Eden Close, Worcester, WR5 3TZ
Telephone: 01905 767090
E-mail: info@stpetersbaptist.org.uk


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