Faith in Politics

JPIT logoMORE than two million people applied to vote in the month since Theresa May announced she was calling a snap General Election - and the number of young people registering is the highest of any age group.

So news of the launch of the JPIT Ecumenical Youth Forum is very timely. Young people aged 16-23 with an interest in social justice, faith and politics are invited to this free event in Leeds on July 15th.  The day will include workshops, seminars and keynote speakers, with opportunities to explore issues such as Brexit, a Christian response to the refugee crisis, and making real change in your community. Click here for details.

(JPIT stands for Joint Public Issues Team and is jointly funded by the Baptists, Methodists, the United Reformed Church and the Church of Scotland.)