We want to be able to support your own climate action and Christian witness. There will be more resources coming soon – let us know what would be useful.
A communal prayer and activity for reflecting on climate grief. More resources on climate grief are on their way.
- Useful links
- Statements of support for CCA
- Sermons on non-violent direct action and the climate emergency
- Press releases
As CCA has played a role in Extinction Rebellion, we have been able to reflect on the specific contribution that Christians can make.
- What can Christians offer to climate activists?
- What can Christians learn from Extinction Rebellion?
When taking action, we often use liturgies, prayers, declarations or litanies that can be read or performed. Here are some of them:
- Litany for the Earth (used at the New Reformation action)
- Breaking the engagement – a sketch about the church and fossil fuels
- Happy Birthday Paris talks – a liturgy
- The Joy in Enough Confession – a confession of our complicity in consumerism and climate change.
Sermons on non-violent direct action: No ordinary time – Holly Petersen on non-violent direct action and modern day prophecy, at St Luke’s Holloway. Deborah and Jael, a female leader and activist, by Rachie Ross at Fairfield Church. Stirrers and shakers – Alison Moulden on how Rowan Williams changed her mind about civil disobedience, at All … Continue reading Sermons
CCA members have been working on some church resources recently. This is a communal prayer for climate grief, inspired by Hannah Malcolm. You can read it below, or download the file to print out in A4. Let us know how you use it and how it goes. Download (pdf)