Contact the appropriate Regional representative about SR information for any diocese that is not included in the Regional list
Northern Regional Representative:
Janice Mason (Retired 2016)
www.blackburn.anglican.org and then follow links to Social Responsibility
Within the website section you will find details of projects which we run centrally and the support and networks that we open up to parishes and Deaneries in the Diocese. We also operate Together Lancashire – a joint venture of CUF, the Diocese and Lancashire Methodist District.
There are three major Diocesan based projects: one working in the Criminal Justice area – working with those who have received Conditional Cautions, providing support and mentoring to them; the second providing both supported and supervised Child Contact sessions for separated and divorced parents, and providing Information Programmes for separating parents; the third major project uses a redundant church building as a family and support centre.
The groupings cover a wide spectrum from Racial Justice and Cohesion to World Development, from Ecology and environment to inclusion and disability issues. The list is not to be considered fixed – it is a fluid list which responds to situations as they arise.
The introduction of Together Lancashire into the mix means that we can now support many other smaller church groups to develop the work that they are doing in the area of Social Justice.
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Committee for Social Responsibility
The aim of the Diocese of Chester Committee for Social Responsibility is to resource and support parishes in mission, particularly their social action and outreach. CSR webpages reflect this aim by providing resources, information and links and specifically on our key areas of work; Disability and Deaf Awareness, Counselling and Mental Health, Family Life, Urban Mission and Ministry.
We have working groups focussed upon the following; Environmental concerns, Criminal Justice, World Development, Rural Affairs and Minority Ethnic Anglican Concerns.
Current work includes; Life Expectancy Wirral (addressing the gap between rich and poor), Challenging Poverty.
Adrian is a recognised, approved and accredited provider of advice, consultancy, training and research to various social enterprises, charities, sector bodies and other organisations.
As you’ll see from the examples listed on my website I work across various fields and I’m also a published commentator on policy and sector issues.
Transforming Communities Team
www.manchester.anglican.org (currently under redevelopment)
The Transforming Communities Team is based within the Mission and Ministry Department. We support parishes, projects and networks of activists as they seek to develop creative responses the challenges facing diverse local communities and wider issues of global justice.
We currently develop action via three core work streams – Anti-Poverty, Welcome and Belonging, and Sustainable World. In each of these we seek work in partnership with other organisations pursuing the same goals.
Since 2015 our anti-poverty work, particularly in relation to homelessness, has been supported by Greater Together Manchester, a joint venture with CUF.
Key Contact: AlisonPeacock@manchester.anglican.org
Southwell & Nottingham Diocese
Department for Development
Partnerships and Mission Team
Director of Partnerships and Mission: The Rev’d David McCoulough
The task of the Partnerships Team is to help raise awareness in the Diocese of the social and ethical challenges that face us as Christians today, and to encourage and support reflection and action in response to these challenges, witnessing to the Gospel in our public life and in our communities. Central to our mission is working with others in partnership to serve our communities.
On the website you will find sections on: Interfaith, Fairtrade, Environment, Debt, Deaf Church, Big Society, Older People, Rural community.
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Formerly known as “West Yorks and the Dales”
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