Kairos Britain is a network of individuals, organisations and faith communities formed in response to the Kairos Palestine document, ‘A moment of truth’. The network continues the work of the Christians who met on Iona in May 2012 and issued the Iona call to the Christian communities in Britain.
- We seek a just and lasting peace in the region based on the realisation of full human and political rights for all.
- We call for an end to oppression and injustice.
- We realise the urgency of the situation and stress that the time to act is NOW.
The network is linked to the global Kairos movement.
Read or download ‘Time for Action’ – the British response to the Kairos Palestine document
You can also download our Welsh translation of Time for Action here:
The network is facilitated by the Amos Trust, a small organisation promoting human rights and nurturing local responses to situations of injustice.
The structure of Kairos Britain is as follows:
Advocacy Worker (part time)
Kairos Management Committee: representatives from the following supporting organisations:
Kairos Britain Forum (representatives from regions/nations/and Church denominations, inaugural meeting in March 2015).
Warren Bardsley – Convenor
Richard Llewellin – Chair
Update: June 2016
We are very sorry to announce that due to personal reasons Warren is stepping down as Convenor of the Kairos Britain Forum. Warren has served the Kairos movement with passion and commitment since the first call from Kairos Palestine in 2009. The Forum was his suggestion, and his hard work in inviting people and setting it up has contributed to the growth and reach of the Kairos Britain network. We are hugely grateful to Warren for all the time he has dedicated to Kairos, and we know that this is not goodbye, but for now wish him all the best in new endeavours.
Please see this letter – KB Forum letter of resignation from Warren directly.