Liberal Christians usually expect that our faith will relate to our lifestyles, our society and the issues of the day.

Characteristically it works both ways: our faith influences the way we approach personal and social issues, but at the same time our personal experience and public events inform the way we understand our faith.

Liberals are therefore often involved in other issues, not just specifically Christian ones. This means that liberals who are committed to their local church may also have other commitments.

The disadvantage is that liberal churches cannot attract so much time and money from their supporters; the advantage is that a wider range of people and institutions relate positively to them.

Here is a selection of resources from our members on the following issues: