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Even if you can’t gather with others on September 20, what are you rallying for when you engage in climate action?  It could be a place, person, bible text, conviction, group, nation, species, ecosystem, emotion, aspiration. You name it!

Take or find a photo of something that represents, however abstractly you like, who/what/where you are rallying for.

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We are all rallying for God’s beautiful Earth.  But what is one specific reason that you are rallying?  It could be a place, person, group, nation, species, ecosystem, Bible verse, faith statement, emotion, aspiration. You name it.

And we mean rallying in its broadest sense. You may not be able to gather on September 20, but whenever and wherever you do something for the sake of God’s Earth, who/what/where are you doing it for?

In the lead up to the physical rallies of the September 20 Global #ClimateStrike, we want to flood social media with images of Common Grace members sharing why it’s important to them, to rally.

On the day we want hundreds more images of all of us, wherever we are, rallying for God’s Earth.  As individuals, families, groups or congregations.

How do I take my photo?

Take or find a photo of something that represents, however abstractly you like, who/what/where you are rallying for.

If you're using your phone to take the photo, landscape orientation will work best (though you'll also be able to rotate it before posting). If you want you can also take a photo with a few people, and share it together. Then, write who/what/where you are rallying for, add it to this website and share it on your social media.


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Paddington Anglican Church
Paddington, NSW
“We’re rallying for a safe climate.”

27 Photos

Meredith K.
“I sing with environmental activist choir, Ecopella and 25 of us will be rallying and singing in the Sydney Domain at the Global Strike for the Climate to call our politicians to wake up to the reality of climate change and to move away from fossil fuel extraction especially coal mining and fracking with it’s devastating effects on the earth, fauna species, rural communities, indigenous sacred sites and vulnerable peoples around the world. It is an imperative in this escalating climate crisis that all of us work together to turn the tide.”
Rob K.
“For those who rely on steady rain for their food and livelihood – like here in Ethiopia – and who are being disproportionately impacted by climate change effects.”
Kerryn N.
“I want to rally for this earth for our grandchildren.”
Liesje B.
“I’m rallying for all creation and the beautiful and unique wilderness of the Blue Mountains. We are all connected in the web of life and need to listen to the “cry of the earth and the poor”.”
Angela F.
Pennant Hills
“I’m rallying because it’s how I express my love for God and my neighbours, especially the neighbours who are most affected by climate change but who have done the least to contribute.”
Anna H.
Wurundjeri Country
“I’m rallying for First Peoples of this nation, and First Peoples in the Pacific. I’m rallying especially for our human family in places like Tuvalu and Kiribati where home is being lost forever, but I’m also rallying for our non-human family. I rally for the Ocean, for the Land, the rivers, the creeks, the forests, the bush and the animals which are part of the only home we will ever have.”
Neil H.
“I have just finished 9 days walking in the Yorkshire Dales. I am rallying for all the beautiful, blissful, re-creating places through the world where we are reminded of God’s glory.”
Carol M.
“I’m rallying for health for all, clean air, not coal smoked, clean water not full of poisons killing land and fish and coral, clean rain-wet healthy soil growing nourishing tasty food”
Kylie P.
Wagga Wagga
“I’m rallying for the future generations to be able to know and experience a natural world.”
Grahame E.
Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia
“I value God’s creation. I love wilderness. I’m appalled at what humans are doing to this planet with our unsustainable practices. We are the plague species. The greed and destruction must stop!”
Di S.
Port Elliot, South Australia
“I’m rallying for all those who can’t take part in a physical rally. Know that we are with you in spirit.”
Lorraine A.
Janet R.
Sydney NSW
“The furthest corners of the earth by action close to home. I want my nieces and nephews to inherit a planet with glaciers rather than flooded oceans. Im trying to avoid micro plastics and leave remote places alone to avoid carbon footprints caused by plane trips. I acknowledge the call by God to be a steward of the earth.”
Brooke P.
Sydney, NSW
“I’m rallying for the trees!”
Jessica M.
“Polar Bears and all God’s wonderful creatures.”
Tabitha N.
Bicheno Tasmania
“East coast Tasmania”
Jasine L.
Hervey Bay, Queensland
“Our beautiful creation that surrounds us and brings me so much joy! I treasure what has been given and never want to take it for granted.”
Monique H.
“I’m rallying for a future where our children can enjoy the beauty and abundance of God’s good creation.”
Nicole W.
Sydney, NSW
“I’m rallying for the trees; tall, steady, and indifferently majestic. As the lungs of our earth, they deserve better.”
Jess S.
Paddington, NSW
“I’m rallying for an earth that’s habitable for my children and future generations.”
Natalie W.
Leichhardt NSW
“I’d do anything for my kid that’s why I’m calling for climate justice. It’s our kids who will pay the highest price for us doing nothing.”
Jason J.
Bellingen, nsw
“I’m rallying for my neighbours, the creatures that lived in this once lush wetland, which is now a valley of bones. If we act fast enough, perhaps their descendents can return and live in this their land.”
Bianca M.
Brisbane, QLD
“I’m rallying for the protection of the lands, waters, flora, and fauna that hold immeasurable value for Aboriginal peoples.”