Towards achieving a congregational ‘voice’ on climate change and Pacific Islands – especially the most vulnerable.

Because of our connection and concern for the peoples in our region who are negatively impacted by climate change we aim to advocate and be a strong voice in solidarity with them. Many of us have witnessed first-hand the effects of climate change and rising sea levels on the health and future of these vulnerable people.

You are invited to add to the strength of our voices.

Congregations collaborating with the Pacific Calling Partnership

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The Voice of the Pacific Islands on Climate Change

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