On Sunday 17 October, parishioners from St David's Uniting Church, Haberfield, joined people of faith from across the country in calling for urgent action on climate change on the eve of COP26 in Glasgow. The gathering formed part of a broader action organised by the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change [ARRCC], a multi-faith network with members from a variety of religious tradition, joined by a common purpose of working for an ecologically and socially sustainable future. The action at St David's called on world leaders to take urgent and real action on reducing emissions at COP26, particularly following the urgent warning from the United Nations and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] Report that humanity faces a "code red" unless we act urgently to limit global warming. Actions such as these send an important message to governments and financial institutions that climate action and caring for the planet goes hand in hand with religious belief, and that the common purpose of climate action should be above ideological politics. I congratulate and thank all those at St David's Uniting who took part in this important action.