Here is a selection of useful resources to help you and your church engage with the General Election taking place on Thursday 8th June.

Historically, the Free Churches have a strong record when it comes to political engagement, often broadening out the debate to address key social issues.

I am very aware that we are electing local representatives who will contribute nationally, and I would urge you to take a particular interest in the positioning and policies of your constituency candidates.

This is a great opportunity for all of us to make our voices heard.
— Revd Hugh Osgood, Free Churches Moderator

Prayer focus guide

In the weeks leading up to the election, the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) will be offering reflections and balanced analysis, seeking to support Christians and local churches as they engage with the issues, and working to keep important things on the political agenda.

Who Can I Vote For?

Find out the latest information about elections, candidates and polling stations near you.

Hold a Husting in your church

Hustings are public meetings (often held at a local church) where election candidates speak to potential voters. They are a great way to hear directly from the candidates and to ask them questions about the issues you care about.

Guides to holding a hustings, or what questions you might wish to consider asking, are available on the Christians in Politics website.

Guide to the General Election in Wales

Find useful resources produced by members to help you to discuss, reflect, pray and vote.