Inter-faiths group sought forgiveness for climate sins

RELIGIONS NEWS AGENCY(REDNA)- A group of religion leaders held a repentance ceremony at the top of Parliament Hill overlooking London on Sunday.

Religion Media Center reported the group of religion leaders including leaders from Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh faiths.

They climbed up to the top of Parliament Hill and took part in an “inter-faith climate repentance ceremony.

The event was organised by the Elijah Interfaith Institute.

They sought forgiveness for “climate sins”  and heard the former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams.

He called on the Britain government to play a more “edgy role” pushing for change.

This faith group including Christian Climate Action  on Saturday also joined the Global Day of Action against climate breakdown, with demonstrations  across the world including 42 towns and cities in the UK.

“Action on home insulation, better public transport, the end to the use of fossil fuels and measure sot make people who pollute the planet pay for the damage” were some of their main demands.


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