This year, we celebrated CARE's 40th Anniversary at Westminter Chapel. With nearly 600 of our faithful supporters joining together to give thanks to God for all that he has done through the work of CARE and Christians accross the UK. We prayed into the future of CARE with a trust that He will continue to do so much more with the help of our supporters.
Thank you for your support, we could not do this work without you.
Tuesday 28th November at 7pm, on Zoom
Please join us again for an hour of praying for Scottish politics, the work of the Parliament, its people and the constituencies we live in.
Please join us for an hour of prayer where we'll be delving into places, people, and upcoming policies in Scotland that need a lot of prayer! Do invite trusted friends from your church as well if they don't receive our communications. We'd love to have you with us for this hour of prayer on Zoom.REGISTER HERE
CARE’s 40th Anniversary Celebration at Westminster Chapel was a highlight of our year.
With nearly 600 of our faithful supporters joining together, for worship, preaching and thanksgiving being led by special guests and friends of CARE, it was a fantastic time to recognise God’s incredible goodness and provision. We want to thank you - CARE’s gospel partners - for your support. We spent time reflecting on why CARE started, marked what’s been achieved so far and shared our vision for CARE’s ongoing mission in the years to come.
If you missed the thanksgiving service, you can watch it back by clicking 'Watch Service' below or if you wish to watch the highlights video please click here: https://youtu.be/Yk6zPNoBi2M
An online interview with CARE & Friends
Location: YouTube / Online
You can watch the interview again by clicking 'watch Again' below. Join us online, along with a number of special guests as we reflect on God’s remarkable goodness and use of CARE over four decades and look ahead to what the future may hold.Watch Here
Nationwide Festival of Light 50th Anniversary Film
It was exactly 50 years ago to the day, on Saturday 25 September, 1971, tens of thousands of people, young and old met together on London’s Trafalgar Square for the largest ever open-air gathering of Christians in British history.
We have created a 35 minute film with Lyndon, Nola and Celia reminiscing on the Nationwide Festival of Light, the birth of CARE and the future we have ahead of us to bring God's truth and transformation to our laws and culture. You can watch this special film celebrating all that God has done and is still doing in and through Christians all accross the nation.WATCH HERE
CARE Sessions: Thank you to the hundreds of you who joined us for CARE Sessions: Designed to help you dig deeper and understand more about some of CARE's causes. You can find all of the sessions below to watch again.
“Thank you so much for another excellent interview! Learnt so much from both James and Euan. Really opens our eyes these sessions. James has such a gift of asking just the right questions and also is so gracious. Even though it's such a tough subject there was joy in partaking in such an interview. Well done! Every blessing to you all. Amazing work you are doing. Praise God!” - Supporter speaking about CARE Sessions.
Catch up on CARE Sessions! James was joined by Tom Kendall Politics Network Coordinator at UCCF: The Christian Unions. We answered your questions live on the topic of how to effectively engage with your Elected Representative.Watch Again
Catch up on CARE Sessions: Protecting & Supporting Young People Online with host James Mildred, Chairman of CARE Lyndon Bowring and CEO and Founder of Naked Truth Project Ian Henderson.
Catch up on CARE Sessions: James was joined by Nola Leach our now former CEO and Chris Buttenshaw, Deputy Director of Public Affairs at CARE. We answered your questions live on the topic of Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide.Watch Again
Catch up on CARE Sessions: James Mildred was joined by Euan Fraser from IJM (International Justice Mission) to discuss human trafficking. What it is, the effects and what we can do as Christians to be apart of a positive change.
Catch up on CARE Sessions: James is joined by (now former) deputy head of Communications Naomi Marsden why as Christians we are called to speak up for both lives with compasion and empathy. We look at practical ways of doing this in the session and the impact it can have.WATCH AGAIN
Catch up on CARE Sessions: A follow on from the previous session, we unpack further the importance of compassionate campaining on abortion.Watch again
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