Free to attend the Church Service. The friary community will observe Climate Sunday with a special liturgy for our regular Sunday Eucharist at 8:30 a.m. Holding a Climate Sunday as a church is a great way to galvanise further action on Eco Church and contribute to progress on international action! Organised by a coalition of Christian charities and denominations, including A Rocha UK, the Climate Sunday initiatives’ goal is to facilitate 1000s of churches to take long-term action themselves on climate change in the critical years ahead. By participating in the initiative, churches will also be able to raise a loud and united Christian voice for bolder action by governments in the run up to the COP26 UN climate negotiations to be hosted by the UK in Glasgow in November 2021. This relates to the Global and Community Engagement sections of the Eco Church programme. The coalition is encouraging churches across the country to hold a climate-focused service, to explore our response to climate change as Christians, and then to take action! For more information see the Climate Sunday Website: https://www.climatesunday.org/ . Booking is essential. There will be a picnic breakfast after the service.