2021 is Christian Aid's year of Climate Justice, and we are calling on the church to pray, act and give.
The world’s poorest people have long been living with the impacts of climate breakdown; families are torn apart by disaster, crops are ruined by drought and people’s homes and livelihoods are lost to rising seas. Global heating threatens the last 50 years of development work.
The climate crisis has thankfully become a headline issue, but perhaps you’re wondering how you can respond, putting your faith into action to love your global neighbour?
The Supporter Conference is a great way to explore how you can do something about climate change.
Our keynote speaker will be confirmed soon.
Last March at our supporter conference, we had hand sanitizer available upon arrival and upon entering and exiting different rooms. We had no idea that almost a year later we’d still be doing the same thing - that we’d also be wearing masks and we’d be unable to have close friends in our homes. What is clear, however, is that meeting together (whether in person or on-line) is vital for our wellbeing and sense of encouragement.