In a recent speech, the Bishop of Southwark, The Rt Revd Christopher Chessun, highlighted the power and value of partnership.

“As we seek to grow the seeds of the Kingdom… we will find ourselves being drawn into active partnerships … with a wide range of groups in civic society. Working together for the common good is the visible sign of our commitment to the world that God loves so much.”

This will be a firm foundation for their work with communities and The Clewer Initiative on modern slavery.

Revd. Canon Jay Colwill shares how Southwark Cathedral's modern slavery schools project came about

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