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Bishop tweets for Christian Aid Week

by Michael Ford last modified 14 May, 2021 07:56 PM

Our Bishop Nicholas has commended those involved in supporting Christian Aid Week, traditionally the largest door-to-door charity collection week in the UK, and spoken out against climate change, a major theme of this year's campaign.

Bishop tweets for Christian Aid Week

Original photo by Ash Mills

Referring to the G7 climate summit in June, and November's UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) - both due to be held in the UK - the Bishop tweeted a three-message thread:

"Thanks to all in Diocese of Salisbury who are supporting #caweek this year. We stand together with communities in Kenya: together we can stop this climate crisis.

"With @COP26 and the @G7 fast approaching, this year is critical in the fight against climate change. Those who contributed the least are experiencing the worst effects. This #caweek, I stand with those most affected.

"The climate crisis and coronavirus have created a double threat, endangering lives and livelihoods. This #caweek, I am pleased to be supporting @christian_aid and their work with the most marginalised communities across Kenya.

View the thread here.

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