Churches are being encouraged to get involved in the fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery.
The Churches Against Trafficking tour, by charity One by One, has been visiting churches around England and the Isle of Man highlighting how Christians can be part of the campaign to end the scourge.
The work of churches will be featured in a TBN UK documentary airing on Anti-Slavery Day on October 18, and a reception at the Houses of Parliament the same week.
The campaign is being supported by Andrew Selous, MP for South West Bedfordshire and Second Church Estates Commissioner, who said he was “appalled” to learn that 50 million people are trapped in slavery around the world today.
He said it was a “huge issue” and one that he had encountered instances of in his own constituency.