Christians are challenged to use their talents to the glory of God – and this includes our resources including our money. How can we ensure our money – for example the money of the Church and our money in savings or investments – are used in ways which support rather than undermine the values of our Church? One of the ways of doing this is through ethical investment.
The URC has an Ethical Investment Advisory Group and the Methodists have a Joint Advisory Committee on the Ethics of Investment (JACEI) which advises the Methodist Central Finance Board.
The short report of the Joint Advisory Committee on the Ethics of Investment 2014, Fossil Fuels and the Future. (pdf)
- Barclays Challenged on Tax
Working alongside Christian Aid and other church partners, the Methodist Tax Justice Network hopes to see the Methodist Church become a vigorous voice for change. The following is a press release from the Methodist Tax Justice Network describing its intervention at the Barclay’s AGM in London. On 28th April Revd David Haslam, the Convenor of the Methodist Tax Justice Network (MTJN) ...
- Download the Public Issues Calendar for 2016
The Public Issues Calendar dates are available for download. Click the link below to access the important dates to put in your diary for this year. Calendar dates 2016
- Trading Away Peace
In 1993 the Oslo agreements were marked with the historic handshake between Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat on the White House lawn. Israel agreed to withdraw from defined areas of the West Bank and Gaza and to allow elections to take place to enable a Palestinian Authority to have some degree of autonomy. At the time ...