Faithfulness Matters is a coalition of people, churches and other organisations who believe that no one should make money from breaking up relationships.
The focus of our campaign is to challenge companies who run websites which specifically encourage people who are married or in committed relationships to have affairs. We believe that this not legitimate business for responsible companies to be involved in and we want them to withdraw from the partnerships they are in to run such websites.
Can anyone join?
Although many of those involved at the outset of this campaign have been Christian groups, our movement is open to everyone and we welcome anyone who endorses The Faithfulness Matters statement. You can see the list of people who have signed up to the Faithfulness Matters Statement so far.
Some background information and articles:
Supporting organisations, church denominations and networks:
- Christian Socialist Movement
- Jubilee Centre
- Community Mission
- Evangelical Alliance
- Restored – Ending Violence Against Women
- The United Reformed Church
- The Methodist Church
- The Baptist Union of Great Britain
- New Wine
- Church of England’s Council for Mission and Public Affairs