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In January, All We Can launched All Together for Justice, a free 6 week (40 day) resource of reflections, activities and prayers for individuals, groups and churches to use during Lent. The response to this resource has been amazing and now nearly 10,000 copies of the pack have been sent out across the UK. All We Can’s Churches and Volunteer Manager Claire Welch said, “We are delighted with the enthusiastic response to All Together for Justice. Thank you to everyone who has ordered a copy so far. The demand has been overwhelming and we are so excited to be journeying with hundreds of Christians committed to thinking about how we can change the world together this Lent.”
All We Can will no longer be taking orders for the printed materials but is pleased to be able to announce that there is an online version of All Together for Justice available for those that did not manage to order a printed copy in time for Lent. By signing up for daily emails, every morning during Lent a reflection, prayer or activity will reach you enabling you to join in and to take action.
All We Can is also encouraging people to hold an All Together for Justice service using free worship materials including, prayers, a talk and inspirational films. You can be inspired by videos and photo stories of courageous women from Cameroon who are overcoming poverty and injustice and can download the tools needed to share these stories in their congregations and communities.
Lent begins on 1 March 2017 and All We Can will be sharing daily updates on its social media channels encouraging everybody following All Together for Justice to join in and post their own reflections and thoughts.
This Lent be inspired by the words attributed to John Wesley, to “do all we can”, which are a strong call to action and to take seriously our ability to change the world together. All Together for Justice, a daily email series, provides a foundation for contemplation, prayer and action for Lenten study and beyond.
Laura works for All We Can as the Communications Manager. She is also an internationally acclaimed photographer with a passion for women's rights. She is studying MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies in her spare time and lives with her husband Stephen in Essex.