The Methodist Church is giving its members the opportunity to make their voices heard on climate change as part of a newly launched consultation.
U.K.-based Christian Aid has called on the international community to keep its focus on the needs of the Afghan people after weeks of rancor between Afghanistan and the United States.
The General Pharmaceutical Council has decided to uphold the right of pharmacists in the United Kingdom to refuse to dispense treatments that conflict with their religious beliefs.
As many as 500 people may have been killed in attacks on two predominantly Christian villages near the Nigerian city of Jos.
A new human rights group is mobilizing people around the world to stand up for the freedom of religious converts to freely live out their faith.
A low turnout may be expected at the forthcoming General Election in the United Kingdom, but the Evangelical Alliance says it believes young evangelical Christians are going to buck that trend and cast their vote.
Salvation Army volunteers in the United States have spent the last few days preparing and packing one million ready-to-eat meals to send to survivors of the Haiti earthquake. Other non-profit organizations have readied clean water, counseling services and Scripture to provide hope and peace to the victims.
"It is one of the poorest places on earth. This latest disaster is going to cause untold suffering and hardship, particularly in communities with very little to fall back on," said the chair of Christian Aid.
More than five million stickers telling the real story of Christmas are being made available across the Untied Kingdom this season.
The head of a development charity in the Democratic Republic of Congo has appealed for prayers as a government crackdown on rebel forces threatens to jeopardize peace and stability in the eastern area of the country.
Suchet, star of ITV's "Poirot" told Woman's Weekly magazine that a charity he worked for had been recently turned down for government funding "because it was a Christian charity, even though it had been funded by the Government for several years."
According to the survey of more than 18,000 people, 57 percent agreed that "people should be allowed to publicly criticize religion because people should have freedom of speech".
A Christian peace worker has returned to Iraq for the first time since he was freed from captivity four years ago.
The Evangelical Alliance in the United Kingdom says it agrees with the message of a new humanist advertising campaign proclaiming that children should make up their own mind about their beliefs.
More than 20,000 letters are to be handed to the Indian High Commission later in the month in a show of solidarity with Christians in India's Orissa state.