The next 6 months are critical if we stand any chance of tackling this climate crisis. Ahead of the next rebellion on 1st September 2020, Holly breaks down in tears as she explains why, as a Christian, she has decided to take action. Steven Croft, Bishop of Oxford describes it as 'powerful and moving' Ruth … Continue reading Holly – why I rebel
On the 7th July, Christian Climate Action, alongside HeartEdge and Young Christian Climate Network hosted an event called Climate and Colour. The event reflected on white privilege, a history of institutionalised racism in the church and the racial lens through which we view climate change, feel grief and plan action. It invited people to journey … Continue reading Climate and Colour event recording
Churches across the UK may have their buildings closed for some time, but that doesn't mean that we aren't still communities. Many of us are looking for different ways that we can keep our relationships and our united hearts for justice alive. If you haven't heard of Peter Armstrong, he is an amazing film maker … Continue reading Run a Church Climate Film Evening
Vigil for action for the victims of climate change, filmed on February 12th, 2020. A Christian Climate Action vigil outside Church House, London, calling for radical action by the Church of England in the face of the climate catastrophe that's killing children in their tens of thousands around the world. Later that day the synod … Continue reading Vigil for the victims of climate change
Empathy Media report from the October Rebellion, with reflections on non-violent direct action.
Holy Rebels from Empathy Media on Vimeo. And this from Extinction Rebellion on the same day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_oltPdFTfU
XR Day One Morning with Christian Climate Action from Empathy Media on Vimeo.
On Day one of the International Rebellion, members of Christian Climate Action gather to take Lambeth Bridge.
When Phil Kingston from Christian Climate Action was arrested at XR's action at the Treasury, it was for the 7th time. As a grandfather in his 80s why does he do it? Phil speaks about his motivation at an earlier action.
Ruth Jarman stood trial for her climate protests recently, and Peter Armstrong from Empathy Media documented the occasion: https://vimeo.com/363093787