Bishops' Conversations:

November 2021

In the lead up to COP26, young Anglicans have shared a message of hope about how bishops can play an important role in helping churches respond to the climate crisis.

With thanks to our contributors:

Youth voices

  • Tholo Moleleken, Diocese of Free State, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Tsebo Lefa, Diocese of Mzimvubu, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Aphinda Nomangola, Diocese of Mzimvubu, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Lay Canon Avuyile Kauleza, Diocese of Mzimvubu, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Stephen Frank, Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN)

Bishops and Anglican Friends

  • Bishop Reverend Kitohi Pikaahu, Chair of the Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN), Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
  • Rev Dr Rachel Mash, Environmentalist, Anglican Church of Southern Africa
  • Anglican Communion Environmental Network, Green Anglicans
  • Bishop Marinez Bassotto, Diocese of the Amazon, Brazil
  • Bishop Graham Usher, Diocese of Norwich, Lead bishop for the Church of England’s Environment Programme
  • Archbishop Nicholas Drayson, Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of South America
  • Bishop Henry Raymond Bull, Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
  • Nicholas Pande, Project Officer, Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa
  • Nikita Mistry, Head of civil society engagement, COP26, United Nations Climate Change Conference

Setting the scene

“You can help the church to create a better future” In the lead up to COP26, young Anglicans bring a message of hope on environmental care to the Lambeth Conference bishops Young people from the Anglican Communion have shared a message of hope about how bishops can play an important role in helping churches respond

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Anglican young people share a message of hope about the environment to the bishops of the Lambeth Conference

Interviews with Bishops
who took part

November 2021

Bishops' Conversations:

November 2021

In the lead up to COP26, young Anglicans have shared a message of hope about how bishops can play an important role in helping churches respond to the climate crisis.

With thanks to our contributors:

Youth voices

  • Tholo Moleleken, Diocese of Free State, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Tsebo Lefa, Diocese of Mzimvubu, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Aphinda Nomangola, Diocese of Mzimvubu, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Lay Canon Avuyile Kauleza, Diocese of Mzimvubu, Anglican church of Southern Africa
  • Stephen Frank, Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN)

Bishops and Anglican Friends

  • Bishop Reverend Kitohi Pikaahu, Chair of the Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN), Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
  • Rev Dr Rachel Mash, Environmentalist, Anglican Church of Southern Africa
  • Anglican Communion Environmental Network, Green Anglicans
  • Bishop Marinez Bassotto, Diocese of the Amazon, Brazil
  • Bishop Graham Usher, Diocese of Norwich, Lead bishop for the Church of England’s Environment Programme
  • Archbishop Nicholas Drayson, Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of South America
  • Bishop Henry Raymond Bull, Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
  • Nicholas Pande, Project Officer, Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa
  • Nikita Mistry, Head of civil society engagement, COP26, United Nations Climate Change Conference

Setting the scene

“You can help the church to create a better future” In the lead up to COP26, young Anglicans bring a message of hope on environmental care to the Lambeth Conference bishops Young people from the Anglican Communion have shared a message of hope about how bishops can play an important role in helping churches respond

Read More
Anglican young people share a message of hope about the environment to the bishops of the Lambeth Conference

Interviews with Bishops
who took part