|Meet the candidates at Belton church |
|With the general election approaching in less than a month, Belton and Lothingland Village Voice has decided to try to get all the Great Yarmouth candidates together for a question and answer evening.
|Ex-Norwich vicar to stand in General Election|
|An ex-Norwich church minister has today declared he is standing as an independent candidate in the General Election for the Suffolk Coastal constituency – one of the first clergy to do so since the law was changed in 2001.
|General Election 2017 - Christian resources|
|A range of resources are available for churches, Christian groups and individuals preparing for the General Election in June from, among others, CTBI, Christians in Politics, CAFOD, Evangelical Alliance, Christian Institute, Christian Aid and Ekklesia.
General Election 2017 - Christian resources
A range of resources are available for churches, Christian groups and individuals preparing for the General Election in June from, among others, CTBI, Christians in Politics, CAFOD, Evangelical Alliance, Christian Institute, Christian Aid and Ekklesia.
A useful website for churches preparing for the election and thinking about organising hustings, produced under the auspices of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.
Christians in Politics
Christians in Politics is an all-party, non-denominational platform for Christians involved, or seeking to get involved, in politics and public life.
CAFOD / CSAN
This election briefing from CAFOD and Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN) is inspired by Catholic Social Teaching and offers four questions to ask parliamentary candidates ahead of the general election on tackling poverty at home and abroad.
The Evangelical Alliance’s 2017 election website will provide blogs, videos, interviews and resources including policy briefings and guides to voting and running hustings.
The Christian Institute
Has produced a 48-page briefing on the election, with a chapter on each party standing, including two fringe groups: The Christian Party and the Christian People’s Alliance.
The Joint Public Issues Team
Comprising the Baptist Union, the Methodists, the Church of Scotland, and the United Reformed Church — have put together their own briefing, suggesting Christians ask “Who is my neighbour?” when casting their ballot.
Christian Aid has outlined some points it wants the next government to deliver as well as a guide for Christian Aid supporters on the General Election 2017
Ekklesia, the religion, society, culture, spirituality and politics think-tank. Includes news briefings, research papers and campaign details.