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Connect with our neighbours near and far, as a global family for Christian Aid Week 2021.

We know just how important it is for us to come together as community and that's why we've got some exciting virtual events for to you get involved with this Christian Aid Week.

We're so excited for the return of Quiztian Aid, which was a great success last year. You also have the opportunity to run your own quiz night with your friends and family and we would love for you to join us for the Song of the Prophets event this May. 

Quiztian Aid

Our fun filled online quiz has returned and is suitable for all of the family.

It'll be hosted by some special guests, who will be announced soon. Use the form below to sign up. 

When Saturday 8 May
Time 7pm
Reverend Kate Bottley hosting Quiztian Aid 2020.

Reverend Kate Bottley hosting Quiztian Aid 2020. - Christian Aid

Sign up to quiz with us

Use the form below to sign up to attend Quiztian Aid 2021. We'll be in touch with more info about how you can join in our virtual quiz.

Run your own Quiz Night

If your feeling inspired by Quiztian Aid or fancy being quiz master for a night, you can also run your own quiz event, virtually or in person in-line with social distancing rules in your area. 

You can download our brand new quiz questions below and find more help on our resources page. We recommend collecting donations for your event via JustGiving

Quiz questions

Brand new quiz questions for 2021. Download for use at a quiz evening or for personal use.
Chineke! Orchestra

Chineke! Orchestra - Ntando Brown

Song of the Prophets

Join us on Tuesday 18 May to witness the debut performance of a new orchestral work Song of the Prophets: A Requiem for the Climate. There will be an address from Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, and a panel discussion with climate campaigners.

Christian Aid has collaborated with Chineke! Orchestra - Europe's first majority-BME orchestra - and St Paul’s Institute, on the performance of a new piece of music based on Christian Aid’s climate change work. 

Check back here for information on how to access the event, which will take place either online or in-line with social distancing restrictions.