Are You In? Marching for Climate Justice
The big moment is now only two sleeps away! We’re expecting a thousand people at the Prayer Service at Pitt St Uniting Church at 12pm – and there’s space for more! If you can’t make it to the service, head towards either the red flags if you want to march in the Frontlines section, or the purple flags for the Faiths and Cultures section – and look out for our Uniting for the Common Good banners and signs.
We want to see your photos! Make sure you’re uploading them to all social media platforms with the hashtags #uniting4climate and #peoplesclimate
For Rev John Brentnall, protecting the environment is fundamentally about confronting injustice. And as a Christian, he sees a responsibility to do so. Read his inspiring story on what he’s done in the past for this cause, and why you should join him on Sunday.
Rev Seforosa Carroll recently explained to Dr Miriam Pepper how the Pacific Islands are being affected by climate change, and how UnitingWorld is helping people there to relocate and adapt as the consequences of climate change become more and more evident.
To find out where your local Climate March is on 29 November visit the website
Uniting Church members wishing to march with like minded people visit the Uniting Church Uniting For Climate website
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