Christian Climate Pilgrimage from Newquay Begins Ahead of G7 Summit

A group of Christians have begun a four-day walking pilgrimage from Newquay to Carbis Bay today, ahead of the G7 summit taking place this weekend. They aim to draw attention to the vital need for more urgent action from the developed nations on climate change to protect creation. The walkers welcome anyone of any faith … Continue reading Christian Climate Pilgrimage from Newquay Begins Ahead of G7 Summit

Gathering up many nations – race, privilege and climate justice

Jeremy Williams, editor of Christian Climate Action’s resource book, Time to Act, is publishing a new book, Climate Change is Racist. Here he reflects on race, privilege and climate justice. The Old Testament prophet Habakkuk lived in a world facing disaster at the hands of unjust power. “Wealth is treacherous, and the arrogant are never … Continue reading Gathering up many nations – race, privilege and climate justice

Clergy glue themselves to Church House furniture to tell the Church of England to ‘Exit Exxon’

Two members of the clergy glued themselves to furniture in the reception of Church House in London on Wednesday in protest at the Church of England continuing to invest in Exxon Mobil despite their extraction of fossil fuels. Rev Sue Parffit, 79, from Bristol was subsequently arrested but Rev Tim Hewes, a retired vicar from … Continue reading Clergy glue themselves to Church House furniture to tell the Church of England to ‘Exit Exxon’