Faith leads to action
At Engadine Uniting Church, we believe that as followers of Jesus, we are charged with caring for our environment as an expression of love to all peoples and creation. We are concerned about the impact human activity has on the environment and climate. Below are some activities and links that express our commitment to this issue.
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Letter-Writing for Climate
We gathered online to share our personal stories and write letters to the Prime Minister asking for serious action on climate.
Sue explores how the latest IPCC report impacts our feelings and our faith. How then do we live?
What do nine Engadine Uniting Church women and their 10 scarves have to do with the Australian Parliament in Canberra? Read on…
As followers of Christ, we have a duty to be stewards of creation and pursue justice for the vulnerable: action on climate does both.
Members of our congregation joined for worship in Pitt St Uniting before taking to the street with banners to demand serious action on climate.
Shane goes with Voices for Power to meet with Matt Kean, NSW Minister for Energy and the Environment.
Kathy sees God at work as she works with others to collect litter and experiences the hope of shared action.
Shane introduces Voices for Power, one of the most diverse local environmental action groups in the world.
Ian emerges from a day of online climate action with a renewed sense of hope.