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Christian Aid

COP27 - 6th-18th November

Chrsitian Aid have shared this prayer for us to use

from the CA website:

In places like East Africa, the climate crisis is causing sweeping floods that are destroying homes, habitats, and the rights of people to lead their own lives. While wealthy countries have historically done most to cause the crisis, it is poor countries that are facing the gravest consequences.

Convened by the UN, COP27 will see world leaders meeting in November for two weeks of climate negotiations. Countries like the UK have a moral obligation to act. World leaders must use this opportunity to do more to tackle the climate crisis.  

Christian Aid is calling for the creation of an international climate fund, paid for by polluters and governments. By creating this fund, we can pay for the damage caused by the climate crisis, tackle inequality, and help people build a life free from poverty and injustice.  

The Christmas Appeal 2022
will help to lift families in Malawi out of hunger

Ongoing - 

How your support will help

Christian Aid's partners are on the ground scaling up their operations, and are able to reach the people most in need. With your support, they and their local partners can:

  • provide emergency food and nutrition support for children
  • support healthcare facilities
  • provide winter kits to help displaced families stay warm
  • supply clean drinking water
  • protect women and girls

People need help now.


Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.

It works globally for profound change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith or nationality and is part of a wider movement for social justice.

It provides urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.

Support at Christ Church is by individuals throughout the year and as a particular focus at Lent and Harvest in alternate years. 

Often a lunch is held at St John with St Mark

John Brennan is the Christian Aid co-ordinator for our benefice

This year Christian Aid Week 15-22 May) will focus on the plight of drought which numerous countries around the world face. It recognises that droughts have become more intense and more common because of the changing climate. The impact on the world population is great, as it means that millions of people around the world struggle to get the food and water that they need.”





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