Money Makes Change
Money Makes Change
Taking our learnings from the Ethical Money Churches pilots, as well as the YourFaithYourFinance website (our joint venture with Quaker Peace & Social Witness), we’re excited to launch the Money Makes Change programme.
Money Makes Change is the new name for our education programme and encompasses resources for individuals, small groups and churches.
Here you’ll find resources available to download, free of charge, for you to explore. Coming in Q1 2020, we’ll have more resources available on an online hub for individuals and churches to use, as well as lots of ways to take practical action.
Why Money Makes Change?
The way we spend, save and invest money has a huge impact on the world around us. Our financial decisions affect the neighbours (locally and globally) we are called to love, and the whole of creation, which we are called to protect.
Our logo brings together money with the impression of an active, positive person. As a community, Christians in the UK have stewardship over billions of pounds. Our decisions around money can make change happen, for the good of all.
We launched our Money Makes Change programme in January 2020. We’d love you to explore the resources we have available for your small group or church and find out how you can make a difference.
Leader’s Notes needed to guide your small group or church through the Money Makes Change workshop. Click here to download the introduction and first chapter of the workshop. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for the full booklet or if you would like a hard copy.
The workshop includes a number of worksheets and handouts for participants to work through. These can be downloaded here.
Throughout the workshop, there are opportunities to explore topics further and to “go deeper”. These resources can be found here.
The Leader’s Notes includes the introduction and first module of the workshop. If you’d like the complete resource, please e-mail us at email@example.com and we’ll gladly send it to you for free!
We’d love to know how widely the resource is being used so it would be helpful if you could include your name, town/city and church or organisation (if applicable).