Competition – Religion in a Time of Covid

Welcome to the website for the 2021-2022 Community Religions Project competition.image of painted stones expressing encouragement, outside a hospital

An opportunity to share your ideas and research through an essay, blog, magazine article or any written format!

Open to students studying for A levels or equivalent qualifications and aged between 16 (in year 12) and 19.

Religion in a Time of Covid

What can the pandemic tell us about religion? What can religion tell us about the pandemic? How have religious groups supported their communities? What ethical or philosophical questions about or for religion has the pandemic raised? These are some of the questions you might want to explore in your entry.

There will be one winner (£50 voucher) and two runners up (£25 voucher) and the winning entries will appear on the Community Religions Project website – fantastic for your CV and your personal statement.

Here on the website you will find material to get you thinking, advice on how to write your submission, as well as the rules and other information you need.

bride in face maskWe can’t wait to read your entries. Please direct any questions about the competition to Mel Prideaux (Director of the Community Religions Project)