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As world leaders meet in Glasgow for the UN Climate Conference, COP26, this is a crucial moment for individuals and churches to pray and act for climate justice. 

The decisions made will have huge consequences for our global neighbours; those living in poverty are most vulnerable to the devastating impacts of the climate crisis and yet have done least to cause the problem. 

Join us in Belfast to act and pray for climate justice. 

11am - Saturday 6th November: 

Join with us in prayer at Central Church, May Street, Belfast at our event, which is jointly hosted by Christian Aid, Tearfund, Evangelical Alliance and 24/7 Prayer. 

12pm - Saturday 6th November: 

After the prayer event, we will join with other charities, environmental groups, students, trade unions and faith organisations from the Climate Coalition Northern Ireland as they walk from Cornmarket to Belfast City Hall to add our voices to the global calls for action on the climate crisis. 

Register today to join us at either the prayer event, the Climate Coalition walk or both.

Other ways to get involved

Sign the climate justice petition

Sign this petition to the Prime Minister to ensure that the UK fulfils its responsibilities and its promise to build back better.
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Rise to the moment activity pack

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