Welfare of All

We affirm that all humans are God’s creation and we are called to recognise God’s image in all humans, regardless of race and religion. This is the basis of our declared values of equality, dignity and solidarity.

However, these values are being undermined by recent trends creating an ‘us’ and ‘them’ mentality, seeking equality, dignity and solidarity only for ‘our sort’, and attempts to defend our ‘Christian culture’ by excluding others.

Therefore, recognising that the Gospel is a universal message based on grace, we must reaffirm our commitment to the welfare of all, especially the most vulnerable.

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