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Synod: Collaboration urged for common good

Common good

CHURCHPEOPLE have been urged by the General Synod to challenge political parties to "promote the common good" in the next General Election. The Church is also being encouraged to develop further its own efforts in this area.

Introducing the motion, after the Revd Jim Wallis's address to the Synod, Philip Fletcher (Archbishops' Council), who chairs the Mission and Public Affairs Council, said that the Church needed to bring forward what it could offer, as well as ...

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