FAITH AND FINANCE CONVERSATION
Community Cohesion
Finance
Near Neighbours
Just Finance

Faith and Finance

Each major Faith has different teachings on money. What are these and how can it increase financial resilience in the Black Country?

Co-production

The Faith & Finance workshops have been coproduced by TCT's Near Neighbours and Just Finance teams with the aim of bring people together to:

  1. Increase people’s knowledge of the different faith perspectives
  2. Increase people’s understanding of different religions
  3. Increase social cohesion by bringing people together
  4. Explore how we can all work TOGETHER across communities and faith groups, to improve financial wellbeing across the Black Country.

Going forward, we are using participants input and contacts to shape the future direction of Faith & Finance.

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Faith, Finance and Mental Health

We're really excited to be continuing the Faith and Finance conversations via Zoom. This time we'll be concentrating on Mental Health and Wellbeing.

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Session 1 - Faith and Finance

Held online on 21st April 2020, our first workshop explored different faith perspectives on money and how we can work TOGETHER to improve financial wellbeing across the Black Country. The event was hosted by TCT's CEO - Rev Dr David Primrose.

You can listen to the main speakers below:

1st Speaker – Kartar Singh (Sikh faith)

2nd Speaker – Mustaqeem Shah (Muslim faith)

3rd Speaker – Rabbi Dr Margaret Jacobi (Jewish faith)

4th Speaker – Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave OBE (Christian faith)