UK Charity Challenges Churches To Be Agents of Change for Elderly People

UK Christian leaders, politicians and supporters of the work of Faith in Later Life gathered in Parliament to hear how they can be agents of change for the millions of elderly people across the country.

Faith in Later Life was launched following a consultation with a range of Christian organisations, thinking about how churches and individual Christians can best reach, serve and empower older people within the church as well as more widely in society.

Since 2017, Faith in Later Life has become a leading voice for the church in matters relating to older age, with over 1.5 million hearing about its work in the media, learning of its library of resources as well as its Activities Directory, which lists around 2,500 church led activities across the UK, all focused on those in later life.