Reflecting on the train action: moving forwards together

Holly-Anna Petersen writes as a member of CCA who was not part of the Extinction Rebellion train action, reflecting on her thoughts and feelings about a divisive action: Extinction Rebellion has got a lot of coverage over the year - which has driven the issue of climate breakdown up the agenda. However, I think it’s … Continue reading Reflecting on the train action: moving forwards together

Bishops join Extinction Rebellion and priest arrested

On Sunday the Bishop of Colchester, Roger Morris, was at the Trafalgar Square Extinction Rebellion site and joined people there in prayer and worship. He then moved with rebels to a protest site outside Scotland Yard, where people were urging police to return the vital equipment of disabled protestors which had been seized several days … Continue reading Bishops join Extinction Rebellion and priest arrested

Church leaders create Extinction Rebellion ‘faith bridge’ across the Thames

Church leaders have occupied Lambeth Bridge in Westminster as part of the Extinction Rebellion’s ‘International Rebellion’ that has begun today. Members of Christian Climate Action closed the bridge to car traffic as part of similar protests in central London and in 60 cities around the world, to force the Government to take swifter action on … Continue reading Church leaders create Extinction Rebellion ‘faith bridge’ across the Thames