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In the time of uncertainty

Heavenly Father, all streams flow into the sea, yet the sea is never full. Your mercy is infinite as the sea and as the deepest ocean. We praise you for being still patient with us despite our negligence. We ask you to look at us and help us to discover our dependence on each part of the creation. Teach us to realize that our lives are connected to many parts of the world just as a river links many people together. A river that carries our....

Statement from Church Leaders ahead of 31st January 2020, and letter to European partners

29 January 2020
On Friday 24th January, Church Leaders released a joint statement regarding the UK’s imminent exit from the European Union. This was accompanied by a letter...

Church of England launches energy rating tool as Synod considers new ‘net zero’ carbon target

28 January 2020
The Church of England is launching an energy rating system similar to those used for household appliances to help monitor the carbon footprint of its...

Australia: Consoling, helping, connecting

28 January 2020
Lutherans support those suffering losses during the bushfire crisis (LWI) – "If you can take a positive out of this tragedy, it’s the fact that...

WCC general secretary, with urgent concern, calls for immediate creative action on climate emergency

19 December 2019
In a pastoral letter to the global fellowship, World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit expresses urgent and earnest concern over...

Interfaith group delivers message to COP25

13 December 2019
“If we should be true to our faith, we cannot be quiet when we see what is happening,” reads the declaration of the Interfaith Liaison...