One People Commission


Uniting the ethnically and culturally diverse church, in all its vibrant expressions

What does it mean to be human and black?

What does it mean to be human and black?

The Child Q report and the racial discrimination with the refugee crisis in Ukraine is challenging us about the need for racial justice – how can churches begin to address it?
Intercultural worship: praise beyond borders

Intercultural worship: praise beyond borders

There is beauty in the unique ways we have been called and created to worship
Developing, exercising and celebrating multi-ethnicity in a united church

Developing, exercising and celebrating multi-ethnicity in a united church

When you look around your circle, do you see people who all look like you?
New book on discipleship, suffering and racial justice

New book on discipleship, suffering and racial justice

New book is hoped to "move the conversation forward on how we see relations between the gospel and justice"
Highlights from the Christianity, climate and race event

Highlights from the Christianity, climate and race event

Earlier this month, the OPC teamed up with Christian Aid and Tearfund to host an event on climate change and racial justice - these are the highlights
Celebrate with us! Marking five years of the OPC

Celebrate with us! Marking five years of the OPC

Get your ticket for our One People Commission celebration
Windrush 70th anniversary celebrates love, hope and unity

Windrush 70th anniversary celebrates love, hope and unity

More than 2,000 people gathered at Westminster Abbey to honour Caribbean migrants' input in the UK
To see the coming kingdom is our hope

To see the coming kingdom is our hope

To think of hope is to think of the church
Unity in diversity

Unity in diversity

How the One People Commission is working towards unity in the church
The plight of knife crime – time to stop and search?

The plight of knife crime – time to stop and search?

Has the value of life amongst some of our youth been lost?
A clarion call for justice

A clarion call for justice

Gavin Calver speaks out that the indescribable pain and dehumanisation of others because of the colour of their skin has to stop
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