Stop Adani

No new coal.

Join the Movement

Hundreds of thousands of Australian Christians have joined the Stop Adani movement as an expression of their faith in Jesus.

Right now, one of the world’s largest coal mines is about to begin construction in Central Queensland, which will have devastating impacts on God’s world.

But we have an opportunity to stop this devastation in its tracks!

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Get your Church Involved

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Sign the Petition

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Go Carbon Neutral

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Latest updates on Stop Adani

Black Summer

Chris McCaul from Batemans Bay Uniting Church shares her experience of the bushfires and how her church helped their community: (previously published in the Canberra Region Presbytery Newsletter) We were woken at 6am on Tuesday 31 December 2019, by RFS message to...

St George’s Uniting Church, Eden

St George’s Uniting Church started their Garden of Eden Community Project in May 2006 to address the issues of merging community, ecology, cultural diversity and spirituality in our community. Read more: https://fiveleafecoawards.org/churches-involved/1-2/

Adamstown Uniting Church

Inspiracy 2: A Climate for Change (May 2018) was hosted by at Adamstown and Mereweather Uniting Churches.  The festival included a vast variety of approaches to sustainability, climate change and justice, including art installations, film competitions, an ecotheology...

South Sydney Uniting Church

South Sydney Uniting Church, a recipient of two Five Leaf Eco-Awards, are an inner-city church famous for the South Sydney Herald newspaper and their Eden Community Garden, home to a host of happy chickens, birds and frogs... Read more:...

Campbelltown Uniting Church

“WE CAN’T CHANGE THE WORLD, BUT WE CAN DO A LITTLE BIT TOWARDS IT” By Angela Cadena (Insights Magazine) Inspired by a climate change TV show, Drowning in Plastic, the Campbelltown Uniting Church community decided to take some action. At Insights we had the opportunity...

Connecting with Nature during COVID-19

Connecting with nature is so good for us. But with COVID-19 restrictions, and us being encouraged to stay and home - can we find solace in just a balcony or small outdoor space?  Our new resource, written by Ruth Wivell, gives us 20 ideas for how we can, and...

Climate Emergency Summit 2020

If you missed the National Climate Emergency Summit at the Melbourne Town Hall in February you’re in luck- you can still watch the plenaries and listen to the workshops for free! Check the program to see what might most appeal.  Jamie Thom, from Brunswick Uniting...

Peoples Climate Assembly

The People’s Climate Assembly presented a united front to our Government as it sat for the first time in 2020, calling for action to address the climate emergency.  The people of Australia will no longer accept complacency and denial of the truth. On the first sitting...

Fossil Fuel Divestment

(banner background by Lachlan on Unsplash) In April 2013, a decision was passed by consensus by the Uniting Church Synod of NSW and the ACT in April 2013 to divest from fossil fuels and invest in renewable energy.  Resolution text: That the Synod: (i) note        ...

No land sale for coal expansion

Having already divested from the fossil fuel industry, in  2019 the church went further and refused to sell land which was being pursued to make way for a new coal fired power station in the Hunter. Read the story in the local media.