LDCF Director Karen Klair had the privilege last week of attending the 2019 National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast in Westminster Hall. A very early start did not deter 650 church leaders, Parliamentarians, Christian organisations and Diplomats gathering to worship together & be challenged by the Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally on the need to come together and reject the politics of polarisation. Here is a LINK to her talk. Afterwards there were a series of seminars run by Christian organisations. Christian Aid ran a seminar called "Speaking Truth to Power" with Joel Edwards & David Lammy MP on the panel.

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Rights for Child Refugees - LDCF joins Tim Farron in Parliament Square

Last Call for our annual Gladstone Lecture

If you find yourself in London tomorrow (12th June) how about coming along to hear Canon Rev. Mark Oakley speak on Poets, Prophets and Protestors: Liberty, Christianity and the Future". Our annual Gladstone Lecture is being held in the National Liberal Club, a museum to the cause of Liberalism as laid out by Gladstone himself. An amazing venue! Hosted by Lord Andrew Stunell & Baroness Sal Brinton. Tickets on sale on the door for £12 or via the website ahead of the Lecture for £10. This price includes a glass of wine, access to the NLC and the Lecture. Drinks reception starts at 6:30pm, Lecture at 7:15.

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Brexit Thoughts From CiPol

Executive Director of Christians in Politics has produced a very useful resource to use in our Churches, Communities & with Colleagues. Enjoy!

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Gladstone Lecture 2019 News

Interested in attending the LDCF Gladstone Lecture? This is a key fund-raising event for LDCF. This year we are hoping to use the proceeds to fund a Fringe Event at our Autumn Conference, the cost of this event is beyond our means at the moment. To check out the details of this event go to Gladstone Lecture

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The Spectator Article

Thought provoking article in The Spectator last week. Well worth a read!

Thank God for western values

The debt of the West to Christianity is more deeply rooted than many might presume

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