A Repost from Humanists UK
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been devastating to our communities. It has led to significant loss of life and has caused vast disruption to everyone’s daily lives. It has disrupted weddings, other rites of passage, and sometimes meant that people have had to put their whole life plans on hold. The toll all this disruption has had on people’s mental health represents a growing crisis, as does the number of people falling into poverty.
Churches Together in England General Secretary Rev’d Dr Paul Goodliff commented:
‘People of goodwill and with a concern for the welfare of the most vulnerable in society quite properly collaborate together in commending vaccination as the most significant tool in the fight with Covid pandemic. Christians widely support the vaccination programme, as do humanists, and both share a concern for the common good.’
Humanist and Christian leaders have come together to urge as many people as possible to get vaccinated against Covid-19. The move, by the UK’s humanist movement and by Churches Together in England the Scottish Church Leaders Forum on behalf of their around 60 member churches, is being made now that everyone over 40 has been…Humanists and Christians urge as many as possible to get vaccinated against Covid-19 — Humanists UK
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