Christian Climate Action will be joining a declaration of non violent rebellion to demand urgent action from the government on climate change. On Wednesday 31st October 2018 members of Christian Climate Action (CCA) will join a number of other groups in Parliament Square, London to make the following key demands of the government concerning climate … Continue reading We Are Joining the Climate Rebellion
20th June 2018, 12:30pm-4:30pm See Facebook event for location and more information Christians from across the UK and a range of denominational backgrounds will be meeting to pray at a site in Nottinghamshire threatened with fracking on 20th June 2018. Members of Christian Climate Action will be joined by local people in a prayer vigil … Continue reading Christian Climate Action Vigil at Tinker Lane Fracking Site
Here are the videos of our protest on Monday 4th Dec 2017, when 'Pope Francis' and 'Martin Luther' visited BEIS. Phil on why he did the action Martin on why he did the action Litany for the Earth first, second and third section
Christian Climate Action member Reggie Norton writes in the Universe. See Operation Noah's web site for Reggie's original version.
On Tuesday August 22nd, CCA will be in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to pray at a few potential fracking sites. We are hoping to visit Marsh Lane, Retford and Shirebrook. Here is our itinerary. But please do text us if you plan to join us in case things change. firstname.lastname@example.org or 07970 907784 Photo credit: Lawrence … Continue reading Join us to pray against fracking!
BBC South Today filmed the whole day and they have kindly let us have their film. Grandparents for a Safe Earth also made this video. PRESS RELEASE 1st JUNE FIRST EVER CLIMATE CHANGE DEMO OUTSIDE EXXONMOBIL FAWLEY REFINERY CALLS ON CHURCH TO DIVEST FROM FOSSIL FUELS Yesterday, the day of ExxonMobil’s AGM, a coalition of … Continue reading Film and Press Release: Divest Exxon Day
From Mr Phil Kingston Sir, — A minor misprint in the caption to Christian Climate Action’s protest against the Church of England’s engagement with the fossil-fuel industry (News, 12 May) states that we think that there is not enough time to prevent runaway climate change, implying that there is nothing that can be done. What … Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Church Times 26th May 2017