Perhaps that's why, according to the latest research from Church Urban Fund, only one in five regular church-goers attribute poverty to social injustice.
Faced with constant news stories about rising debt, unemployment, homelessness and child poverty, the problems in this country may seem insurmountable; even unavoidable. What is the truth? Is social inequality eroding social well-being? And if so, what’s the solution?
The issues are never black-and-white, but Church Urban Fund’s new Lent course brings them into sharp relief.
This new five-week CUF Lent Course, written in partnership with best-selling Christian author David Rhodes, aims to break down the barriers of prejudice and misinformation, stimulate debate and bring poverty in England back into the forefront of public consciousness.