Rev. Dr. Scott Peddie

Conjectures of an Eclectic Christian

I recently came across a fantastic short documentary entitled ‘The Vicar of Baghdad’.  A well-known figure in both the ecclesiastical and popular realms, The Reverend Canon Andrew White is known for his dogged determination to provide a strong Christian witness in the war-torn suburbs of Iraq’s capital city. White is vicar of St George’s Church, Baghdad, the only Anglican church left in …

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‘The gap between the poorest and the wealthiest around the world is wide and growing. This situation is not only between countries but within them, including many of the most prosperous. The World Day of Social Justice is observed to highlight the power of global solidarity to advance opportunity for all‘, so says UN Secretary-General …

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Northern Ireland has the worst fuel poverty levels in the UK. The local Church Action on Poverty group in Northern Ireland is building partnerships and providing much needed practical assistance.  Scott Peddie, Chair of the Northern Ireland group, explains what they have been doing: According to the Northern Ireland Fuel Poverty Coalition, around 300,000 households in …

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By donating to Christian Aid, you can help communities in countries like the Philippines establish practices that will prevent events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and typhoons from becoming disasters. Christian Aid will direct any donations for the people affected by the disaster in Japan to our sister agency the Church World Service that is …

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