Bishop of Truro’s Independent Review for the Foreign Secretary of FCO Support for Persecuted Christians
Summary of report at Law & Religion UK: Independent Review of FCO support for persecuted Christians
Supporting Persecuted Christians
materials for individual and church use
Supporting Persecuted Christians : what can I do?
Leaflet with practical suggestionsDownload
What does the logo on the badge mean?
The letter ‘N’ in Arabic (Nun – pronounced noon) at the centre of the logo stands for Nazarene – as Christians are referred to in the Middle East. IS painted ‘N’ on the doors of Christians’ homes so they could be targeted. The ‘Nun’ sign has been adopted by Christians as representing their persecution – much as the yellow star, forced on the Jews by Nazis, represented theirs – and with the supporting hands forms the logo of the Caucus for the Persecuted Church.
Open Doors : Open Doors’ World Watch List ranks the 50 countries where Christians face the most persecution
Barnabas Fund : Hope and aid for the persecuted church
CSW : Christian Solidarity Worldwide : As Christians, we stand with everyone facing injustice because of their belief
Aid to the Church n Need : an international pastoral aid organization of the Catholic Church
Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust : supporting local partners in 8 countries and advocacy in the UK and internationally
Caucus for the Persecuted Church : contact Dr Russell Blacker
International Christian Consulate : protecting the growing needs and interests of Christians in the Middle East
International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church : includes prayer resources
Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East : Christian charity which aims to rebuild lives and restore hope in the Middle East
Red Wednesday : Join millions of Christians around the world to highlight Christian Persecution and Suffering