Climate Sunday

Hope

Blessed is the man who trusts in the LORD, and whose Hope is in the Lord (Jeremiah 17:7)

MASS TIMESSUPPORT US

What is Climate Sunday?

The Climate Sunday initiative is calling on all local churches across Great Britain & Ireland to hold a climate-focused service on any Sunday before 5 September 2021. At this service, congregations are encouraged to make a commitment to greater action to address climate change in their own place of worship and community and to use their voice to tell politicians we want a cleaner, greener, fairer future at the heart of plans agreed during COP26

Climate Sunday Resources can be found HERE

Hope for the Future

CAFOD

Eco Congregation

Operation Noah

Eco Church   

Catholic Social Teaching   

Energy & Climate Intelligent Unit     

Guardian Angels for Climate Sunday

“The Guardian Angels for Climate Sunday Group” (GACS) was formed on the 16th January 2021 in our Parish, with Father Graham’s support. Thus, St Peter and Guardian Angels Church has joined the Christian environmental movement by participating in “Make the Conference of Parties  26 (COP26 Matter” initiative.

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GACS meets through zoom due to Covid-19.

Interested in joining?  Contact Ania Manser through the form below

 

Hold a Mass

Hold a climate-focused mass to explore the theological and scientific basis of creation care and action on climate, to pray, and to commit to action.
Some resources for you.

Commit

Make a commitment as a local Church community to taking long term action to reduce our own greenhouse gas emissions
Read more at  Eco Church

Speak Up

Use Our voice to tell politicians that we want a cleaner, greener, fairer future at the heart of plans to rebuild a stronger economy.
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Our World COP 26

Prayer for COP 26

 

Loving God,
We praise your name with all you have created.   You are present in the whole universe, and in the smallest of creatures.

We acknowledge the responsibilities you have placed upon us as stewards of your creation. May the Holy Spirit inspire all political leaders at COP26 as they seek to embrace the changes needed to foster a more sustainable society.

Instil in them the courage and gentleness to implement fairer solutionsfor the poorest and most vulnerable,
and commit their nations to the care of Our Common Home. We ask this through Our Lord Jesus Christ your Son. Amen

Laudato Si

A message from Pope Francis 

 

Be a Part of The Great Big Green Week

 

18 September to 26 September  2021

We held the Climate Sunday liturgy in our Parish on Saturday, 26th June at the 6.00pm Mass and Sunday,  27th of June at masses of 9.00 am and 11.00 am.

Together with Christian churches, we came to pray and speak about the need for an urgent response to climate change as a matter of justice to the poorest of the world and our own future generations.

Climate Sunday Mass

 

“The future is built today,” he says. “And it is not built in isolation, but rather in community and in harmony.” (English voiceover by Bruno Giussani. ) This talk was part of the Countdown Global Launch on 10.10.2020. (Watch the full event: HERE ) Countdown is TED’s global initiative to accelerate solutions to the climate crisis. The goal: to build a better future by cutting greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030, in the race to a zero-carbon world. Get involved at CLICK HERE  

Pope's Ted Talk

 

The global climate crisis will require us to transform the way we act, says His Holiness Pope Francis.

Delivering a visionary TED Talk from Vatican City, the spiritual leader proposes three courses of action to address the world’s growing environmental problems and economic inequalities, illustrating how all of us can work together, across faiths and societies, to protect the Earth and promote the dignity of everyone.

 

 

Our Parish Commitment

GACS updates at Masses

Update to Parish Members
June 2021
Update to Parish Members
April 2021
Update to Parish Members
March 2021

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