Chaplaincy & Services | Posted 10.12.2018

On Wednesday 28th November, the College participated in the national campaign, Red Wednesday.

This is an initiative of the Catholic charity, Aid to the Church in Need, which seeks to shine a light on religious persecution around the world.

The College, along with schools and institutions across the country, including Marble Arch, Lambeth Palace and the Houses of Parliament, lit up in Red as a mark of solidarity with persecuted Christians.

Students from Higher Line also ran a variety of stalls to raise awareness and funds for the charity’s work including a photo stand, tuck shop, face painting, quizzes and competitions.

To find out more about Red Wednesday, please visit: