18th March 2021
Why work for a charity? Have you ever experienced that feeling that comes right after helping an elderly couple cross the street or a lost child find his parents? What about the feeling you experience when you connect with a person’s story of success? Is it overwhelming? Self-gratifying? Awe-inspiring? Now,…
3rd March 2021
Second World War veteran who sought reconciliation with his Japanese enemies
11th February 2021
Keith Neal has walked over 800 miles reversing the environmental impact of littering by motorists passing through the Timperley Wedge Greenbelt.
18th January 2021
Peter Riddell, Convenor of IofC UK’s Agenda for Reconciliation programme, has successfully piloted an online course that uses IofC documentaries to equip those who are interested in pursuing peacemaking in their home country.
6th January 2021
Youth leaders gathered virtually on Thursday, 10 December to voice concerns over the impact of COVID-19 on human rights. The panel of four speakers spoke about their concerns on human rights abuses that range from refugee rights to homelessness. With over 50 people attending from six different countries, the event…
18th December 2020
On behalf of the whole IofC team may we wish you all a blessed time this season. For some of us, 2020 has been the most tumultuous year of our lives. It has given a glimpse of the faithful courage that some in our fellowship have shown or currently show…