A Rocha is a Christian conservation charity that set up Eco Church, an environmental audit and award scheme for Churches. With 1100 Churches already signed up around the UK, you will have the option find out more and to register your Church on the night.
CAFOD is an international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.
Christian Aid works with local partners and communities to fight global injustice, respond to humanitarian emergencies, campaign for change and help support people to claim their rights.
Christian Climate Action is a community of Christians in the UK supporting each other in acts of non-violent direct action and public witness, as a way of following Jesus Christ in the face climate breakdown.
Church of England – the CofE believes that responding to climate change is an essential part of our responsibility to safeguard God’s creation. Their environmental campaign exists to enable the whole church to address – in faith, practice and mission – the issue of climate change.
Climate Stewards is a UK based charity to help you offset unavoidable carbon emissions by supporting community forestry, water filter and cookstove projects in Uganda, Kenya, Ghana and Mexico.
Climate Sunday is being organised by the Environmental Issues Network (EIN) of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI), gathering together the environmental “leads” of the major denominations, some Christian orders, and the Christian environmental and relief and development agencies.
Green Christian helps their members to understand, relate and realise their responsibility to care for God’s creation through their faith. They provide prayer guides and resources to support Christians from all backgrounds and traditions with insights about ecology and environmental issues.
The Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN) is an action-focused community of young Christians in the UK aged 18-30, choosing to follow Jesus in the pursuit of climate justice.
Green Journey provides environmental audits and advice to Churches and Church organisations to reduce energy costs while reducing environmental impact.
Living Lent is an initiative of the Joint Public Issues Team of the Baptist Union, the Church of Scotland, the Methodist Church and the URC, enabling Christians to make personal commitments to changing lifestyles for the climate.
Operation Noah is a Christian response to the climate change crisis. They work across all denominations, including in their Bright Now campaign enabling Churches to consider and pray for fossil fuel divestment.
Pray and Fast for the Climate is a movement of Christians praying and fasting on the 1st of each month for climate justice.
Tearfund works to support communities around the world to overcome the effects of poverty and disasters, and encourages Christians in the UK to pray and act on climate change, including by changing our lifestyles.
The Catholic Church in England and Wales, Care for Creation is a key theme in Catholic Social teaching. This website includes resources on Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato si’, links to Vatican documents concerning the environment, theology resources, plus information for those at home, work, school and in the parish.
Catholic Live Simply Award is an opportunity for Catholic communities – parishes, schools, religious orders and chaplaincies – to respond to Pope Francis’ invitation in Laudato Si’.