South American Anglicans meet to discuss joint action on climate change

Posted Jun 11, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] Bishops and other delegates from the six countries in the Anglican Church of South America have met to discuss joint action on the “rapidly mounting issues of global climate change and environmental destruction.” Bishop of Argentina Greg Venables, the presiding bishop of the Anglican Church of South America, called the meeting together with the support of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network. “The church, for the most part, has been in denial about climate change,” he said. “And unless we respond quickly we face not just the tragic outcome, but God’s judgment, since Scripture makes our responsibility clear. We have among us key gifted people to help us, and we pray that this will provide a much-needed point of unity as we move forward.”

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