Newsletter 02 November 2022

RDC November News

Climate Change – The UN Conference – COP27
The 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference takes place this month from 6 to 18 November 2022 in the city of Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt.
Once again, the global interfaith community will be represented among the non-governmental presence.
We are fortunate that Rod Oram will be attending the Conference and will report to us by Zoom interview at times during the conference. Watch the space at
The Conference will build on the outcomes of COP26:
– reducing greenhouse gas emissions,
– building resilience and adapting to the inevitable impacts of climate change,
– the commitments of rich countries to finance climate action in developing countries.
A Spiritual Wave around our world, every day, at noon in your time zone, alone or together with others”.   
People of all faiths around the world have been encouraged to offer their prayers and meditations towards a beneficial UNCOP 27 during the conference.
You may like to join others in the noon time wave of prayer in Silent Prayer and Meditation, with the symbolic actions of our traditions- whether it be the chime of bells, lighting a candle or silence – bowing, kneeling, standing or sitting in prayer.
What is your faith community doing in the face of climate change? The RDC Climate Action Group would love to hear your story. Send your story to and download the poster from the RDC website.

RDC Calendar 2023
The new RDC Religious Diversity Calendar is now available!
The theme for the calendar is light – for each month we have a picture connected to a particular faith group and to the theme of light.
The calendars are $15.00 each and a discount applies if you purchase more than 10 calendars. Postage is $5.50 for every five calendars. To order calendars, please go to:
We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Nga mihi nui,
The Religious Diversity Centre

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