This autumn we are asking you, once again, to stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians and all who suffer for their peacefully held beliefs. We will be holding a week of events from 19 – 26 November with #RedWednesday as the highlight on Wednesday 22 November.
Red is the Christian colour of martyrdom. Christians are the most persecuted faith group in today’s world and #RedWednesday will honour all Christians who suffer and die for their faithfulness to Christ’s message of peace and love.
#RedWednesday will shine a light on Christian persecution but also highlight the injustices perpetrated against other faith groups.
Our campaign calls for respect and tolerance for people of faith and between different faith traditions.
Get involved this #REDWEDNESDAY by wearing red, lighting buildings or landmarks red (with permission and if they are already floodlit) and holding peaceful prayer events, the UK and the world will take notice
We want our second annual #RedWednesday to be a bigger and better opportunity for Christians and others around the UK to show solidarity for our persecuted brothers and sisters.
Stuck on ideas of how to get involved? See what we achieved last year and the many different ways you can make a difference – #RedWednesday 2016
How your support is making a difference
The rights of people of faith are largely ignored in a society whose secular focus knows little about religion and cares even less. You, your parish, school, group or community can change that. Your voice on behalf of the voiceless will be heard – people power!
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