A painting of the Last Supper featuring a black Jesus is being showcased at St Albans Cathedral in Hertfordshire in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
This comes after the Dean of St Albans said that the church was in a weak position to preach about 'racial justice', whatever that means.
However, the BLM movement is based on an anarchic, communist ideology that advocates - among other things - the overthrow of capitalism, the destruction of the nuclear family and the abolition of the police and justice system.
The Church of England has been strangely silent when it comes to the genocide of fellow Christians in the Middle East, but when it comes to left-wing virtue signalling, it is extremely vocal.
Britain First believes that the Church of England should cease with its politically correct grandstanding and highlight the issues that are important to Christians, such as social decay, sexual degeneracy in society, the sexualisation of our children, anti-Christian propaganda from the liberal-left and the collapse of Christian values and morals.
We demand that all senior church leaders disassociate themselves from the communist Black Lives Matter movement and its demands for a communist, Soviet society in which Christianity will be sidelined.
Take part in our campaign and your message will be sent immediately and automatically to the Dean of St Albans, the Very Reverend Dr Jeffery John, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby: