COP26 Church Service : 7 Nov, ONLINE

November 7, 2021

Join Pete Greig, Carol Ng’ang’a, and Celtic Worship in our powerful climate-themed church service on Sunday 7 November. 

This November, world leaders will gather in Glasgow for the UN climate talks, COP26. This is a critical moment: it’s an opportunity to make big decisions that will affect all of us around the world. And the church has a crucial role to play in speaking up and praying for our global neighbours living in poverty, who are most vulnerable to the impacts of the climate crisis. 

On the middle Sunday during the COP26 summit, Tearfund will host our COP26 church service, along with churches throughout the UK. Your church can get involved by sharing our pre-recorded video, or by joining our livestream. The video content will be available in different segments, so your church can choose how to integrate it into your service. 

This resource will be available for download in the autumn, but there are two things you can do now: 

  • Register your interest using the button below, and be the first to hear when the COP26 church service is available for download.
  • Speak with your church leaders to save the date of Sunday 7 November for a climate-focused service.

Register your interest, and get notified when the COP26 church service is available for download

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Speakers and artists

Pete Greig is a best-selling author, pastor and ‘bewildered instigator’ of the 24-7 Prayer movement which has reached more than half the nations on earth. He is also the Senior Pastor of Emmaus Rd, Guildford, an ambassador for Tearfund, and teaches at St Mellitus College in London.

Carol Ng’ang’a is a community development practitioner who has spent the last ten years walking alongside communities to support and strengthen them. She has a BTh in Community Development from Cornerstone Institute in Cape Town, and in July 2017, she founded Msingi Trust whose aim is to ‘mobilize, inspire, equip and network Christians and community leaders towards social justice, social activism and social transformation’.

Celtic Worship is a Scottish music worship ministry which blends traditional and contemporary Christian Worship music with the powerful sound of bagpipes, whistles and fiddle. Their mission is to combine their working life as professional musicians with their deep love of Jesus and their passion to share God’s love through their music.

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