Your church (or other group) could:
- Set up a group to look at the church’s use of its money, or to discuss questions of money and faith.
- Include economic issues in prayers, worship and sermons, reflecting on links between money and faith.
- Invite people to speak or lead workshops at your church. These could be local people affected by particular issues – for example, someone suffering as a result of government cuts. In addition, the two groups behind this website – Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility and Quaker Peace & Social Witness – can both provide speakers and workshops.