CARE seeks to uphold human dignity and to support the most vulnerable people in society, engaging with politicians in the UK Parliaments & Assemblies in its advocacy work.
Supported by individuals and churches throughout the UK, CARE encourages Christians to be informed and to engage positively in public life; addressing issues relating to the sanctity of life, human exploitation, marriage and family and many other areas of advocacy.
Our Vision: to see a society that has a greater regard for human dignity and increasingly reflects God’s grace and truth through public policy, media and local practical involvement with vulnerable people.
Our Purpose: to be engaged in the UK Parliaments & Assemblies and to equip individual Christians and the churches to act as effective ‘light and salt’ in the local community and nationally.
How we do this:
Providing clear information about important current social and moral concerns about public policy, education and the community.
Encouraging informed prayer for issues throughout society
Helping people to recognise the dignity and worth of every individual - from fertilisation to life’s natural end.
Inspiring and helping Christians to be actively involved in the democratic process, where there is great need for truth and justice.
Continuing to develop the post-graduate CARE Leadership Programme
Promoting community-based initiatives that live out Christ’s love and truth.
You can read CARE's Statement of Faith here.