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Climate Summit


From the Anglican Communion Environment Network

It is just two weeks until the UN convene world leaders at their Climate Summit on 23rd September 2014.  Various events are taking place in the lead up to the Summit and in the week following to engage faith communities and make sure our voice is heard.  There are some fantastic opportunities for churches in the UK and globally to get involved – don’t miss out! 

 

This article links to more information on some of the ways that you can get involved: http://anglicanalliance.org/news/19610/climate-action-worldwide-calls-faith-community-to-be-a-part-of-global-historic-movement-on-climate-change.  This includes a ‘Climate Chorus’ which is asking churches and places of worship around the world to ring their bells or make a prayerful sound outdoors, at 1pm local time on Sunday 21st September, in support of action on climate change.  There is also an invitation to our global webinar on Climate Justice, on Wednesday 24th September at 1pm GMT.

 

Please share this with your colleagues and networks and encourage churches and individuals to take part!  Together we can make sure that our voice is heard and action is taken to save God’s people and planet.

 

God bless

 

Christina Manning | Communications and Learning Manager

Anglican Alliance, St Andrew’s House, 16 Tavistock Crescent, London, W11 1AP

Tel: + 44 (0) 207 313 3928 |www.anglicanalliance.org

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