Christian climate protestors proclaim no faith in fossil fuels

More than 1,000 Christians gathered in Waterloo on 21st April to stand in solidarity with communities around the world hardest hit by the climate crisis.
Organised by Christian Climate Action (CCA), Tearfund, Christian Aid, CAFOD and others, the ‘No faith in fossil fuels’ service at St John’s Church was followed by a peaceful march towards Parliament, via Shell’s headquarters, to join the beginning of ‘The Big One’ protest.
The protest, organised by Extinction Rebellion (XR), had the aim of gathering 100,000 people across four days, from 21-24 April, outside the Houses of Parliament to demand action on the climate emergency.
Several United Reformed Church members, some of whom are part of the URC’s Net Zero Task Group, took part in the march.

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