Faith in action
Join us on June 21 and #ShowYourStripes to call for urgent action on climate change.Read more
Join us at Light The Way – Sydney’s climate justice conference for followers of Jesus - brought to you by Common Grace, TEAR Australia, Caritas Australia, Pacific Calling Partnership, World Vision Australia, Catholic EarthCare, Uniting Church Australia, Uniting World, ARRCC, A Just Cause.
The speakers at Light The Way have recently been announced. They are diverse and brilliant.
Light The Way is about connecting the dots between following Jesus and climate change. Out of an overflow of God's love for all of creation, we will take action together and strengthen Australia’s Christian movement for climate justice.
We will explore how to collectively mobilise a beautiful presence of Christians to march with fifty thousand Sydney-siders and millions of people worldwide in the largest climate mobilisation in history – the People’s Climate March on 29 November. Light The Way will be held on 14 November at St Barnabas Church, Broadway. Will you join us?
Yes! I’ll be there with bells on.
If you're not in Sydney, we'll keep you posted with the highlights of the conference and do keep the event in your prayers.
Light The Way is brought to you by Common Grace in partnership with TEAR Australia, Caritas Australia, Pacific Calling Partnership, World Vision Australia, Catholic EarthCare, Uniting Church Australia, Uniting World, ARRCC, A Just Cause.
Rosie Clare Shorter reflects on Rebecca Huntley’s new book 'How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Makes a Difference', encouraging us to turn our concern and anxiety about climate change into action.
Sculptor Keith Chidzey reflects on how the simple act of knitting a scarf (and building the world’s longest knitting needles) helps speak to the heart and scale of action needed to tackle climate change.
Gomeroi woman Bianca Manning reflects on the many stories the climate scarf tells, particularly for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the need for these stories and voices to inform and lead our calls for climate justice.
Sue Pyke shares the story of three generations working together to knit their climate stripe scarf - a journey of patience, persistence and purpose that weaves together their concern for the future and hopes for climate action.