1,000 booklets up for grabs

Parishes can claim a bundle of well-produced, accessible booklets produced by HOPE Together to share with others. 

The booklet, Hope in Uncertain Times has been written as a resource for churches. 

In a short video below to promote the giveaway, Rachel Jordan-Wolf, Executive Director at HOPE Together says: "I don't know how your year's been but it's really been quite challenging. But do you know, in the challenges lots of people have asked deeper and spiritual questions? We've created this little booklet that explains why we as Christians have got hope even when it's difficult. Over 70,000 of these have been given away to people looking for spiritual answers and giving them a point of hope towards our God and the love of Jesus at this time."

Director of the Department of Outreach, Revd Peter Froggatt, says: "These last 18 months have made many think seriously about their lives. A recent report from Global Futures, said that three-quarters of Britons had re-evaluated the most important aspects of their lives in the pandemic. And during this, many have found that God has brought them hope - confidence and peace -  through Jesus Christ. Hope in Uncertain Times is a well-produced, accessible booklet explaining this hope and we have a thousand free copies to give away to churches."


Recover and Refresh

The booklet giveaway is part of a series of webinars, resources, and ideas to support clergy and churches to respond to the evolving cultural and social landscape we find ourselves in following the pandemic. Find out more here


The booklet would be ideal for:

  • Churches open in the week to put out in places people are likely to sit, or by the door.
  • Individuals to give to their neighbours.
  • People to give as an aid for baptism or marriage preparation.

How to claim a bundle of 50

The booklet is available in bundles of fifty to the first 20 churches to get in touch. 

Please contact Rebecca Hathaway at Church House.

E: rebecca.hathaway@chester.anglican.org.

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