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All Sisters and Brothers

Sustaining hope with refugees & asylum seekers

London Churches Refugee Fund and Church Times present an evening in support of refugees. With keynote speaker Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP, actor Alfred Enoch, and representatives from LCRF and Migrants Organise. First broadcast Thursday 25 March 2021.

Watch the recording: 


To watch the Migrants Organise video (not included in the event recording) go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOklvL5zKHg



Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP, keynote speaker
Dominican friar, writer & former Master of the Order of Preachers

Zrinka Bralo
CEO Migrants Organise (organising with refugees for power, dignity & justice)

Revd Dr Andrew Prasad
Moderator Thames North Synod URC; former Executive Secretary Council for World Mission; LCRF Patron

Alfred Enoch
Actor (Harry Potter, Red, How To Get Away With Murder) & Patron of London Churches Refugee Fund

Revd Chris Brice
Chair of London Churches Refugee Fund


About the London Churches Refugee Fund (LCRF)

LCRF enables churches and individuals to donate to multiple charities helping destitute refugees and asylum seekers in London. From your donations we make grants to front-line projects, typically for phone credit, hygiene items, food or fares to access drop-ins, language classes, solicitors, etc. To date we have raised and distributed over £300,000. www.lcrf.org.uk


Event bookstall

Save 10% on selected books by Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP and other related titles. Visit the online bookstall at Church House Bookshop.


London Churches Refugee Fund

LCRF was set up in 2007 at the request of a network of refugee charities in London. We are an ecumenical Christian-based organisation and inspired by the gospel, but support the relief of destitution among refugees regardless of creed or colour. www.lcrf.org.uk

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