In Action

As Christians we want to tackle injustice and social inequality. The Together Network is driven by local needs and aims to bring about positive change in neighbourhoods.

The strength of the Together Network lies in partnerships and reach. At a local level we work closely with Church of England dioceses, churches, Christian organisations and also community groups of other faiths and none.

Our Members work across a wide range of work themes, which often interconnect:

  • Loneliness and isolation
  • Employment
  • Mental Health
  • Refugees and Asylum Seekers
  • Interfaith work
  • Homelessness
  • Food Insecurity
  • Fundraising
  • Financial Resilience
  • Modern Slavery
  • Hate Crime
  • Community Cohesion
  • Building Networks

Here are just a flavour of the programmes, projects and resources that the Together Network and its Members are currently delivering and offering.

Church communities are ideally placed to create spaces for real community in their parishes, because fellowship is part of their DNA.
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We work in communities to tackle food insecurity in a host of ways. From organising Holiday Clubs in the school holidays to help families whose children receive free school meals,…
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Working with our partners, Near Neighbours, our Core Members deliver programmes such as Real People, Honest Talk, which brings people together to talk about the tough issues around how we…
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The Growing Good Toolkit, developed by CUF, is designed to help churches connect the dots between social action, discipleship, and growth. Our aim is equip churches to be faithful and…
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Recently we've seen some local authorities place people temporarily in hotels. This is only a short-term solution and people will eventually have to return to the street.
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Our forum is designed to become a sort of ‘laboratory of ideas’ exercising a disproportionate influence on all we do and how we operate. If theology is the yeast that…
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