Climate Sunday is an ecumenical initiative in the UK that is calling on churches to conduct “climate-focused services” on “Sunday.”  Why the UK? Because the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) will be held in the UK. That is why Climate Sunday is being organized by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI) , one of the largest ecumenical organizations in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, in anticipation of COP26.
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Anglicans, Baptists, Roman Catholics, Lutherans, Methodists, Orthodox, Pentecostals and Evangelicals are all involved in this Climate Sunday initiative organized by the CTBI.  Seventh-day Adventists are no strangers to these developments. The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Great Britain and Ireland serves as “observers” within the CTBI. In fact, the British Union of Seventh-day Adventists sends “two representatives” to “attend the annual national meetings of the CTBI.” 
Goal #3 of the Climate Sunday ecumenical initiative is to create a “National Climate Sunday Event” to call on political leaders to act on the climate crisis ahead of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26). Watch what CBTI is planning for this year:
“Speak Up – Join with other churches and wider society by adding its (your) name to a common call for the UK government to take much bolder action on climate change in this country in advance of COP26, and to strengthen its credibility to lead the international community to adopt a step change in action at COP26. The culmination of the campaign will be a national Climate Sunday event on Sunday, 5th September 2021, to share church commitments and pray for bold action and courageous leadership at COP26.” 
Climate-focused Sunday services? A call on governments to get involved and act? A “national Climate Sunday event”? The writing is on the wall. If the churches can convince politicians to embrace their radical climate agenda, we will soon see the demand for laws banning secular activities on Sunday. How do we know this? Because Rome is involved. The Catholic Bishop of Salford, John Arnold, the bishop responsible for the environment policies of the Catholic bishops of England and Wales, is promoting the same Climate Sunday project:
“We need to recognize the damage we’re doing to the environment and our failure to look after our brothers and sisters in our common home. In a post-pandemic world, the Climate Sunday project is an excellent opportunity for Catholic parishes in England and Wales, as well as our ecumenical brothers and sisters, to understand responsibility to heal our planet and to pray and act in response to the climate emergency.” 
Rome is the main promoter of Sunday laws. And these kinds of Sunday climate policies are taking us back to medieval times, when Sunday worship was imposed on dissidents by state power at the instigation of the church. This would be destructive to the principles of religious freedom. As Seventh-day Adventists, we cannot just be observing these prophetic events. God has called us to be watchmen and not observers (watchers), much less become participants in these ecumenical encounters that serve to promote Rome’s agenda – Sunday:
“I do hope that the trumpet will give a certain sound in regard to this Sunday-law movement” (Publishing Ministry, p. 222).
Do you know the difference between a watchman and an observer (watcher)? An observer doesn’t say or do anything! Watchmen in the Bible were established to protect people from enemy attacks. Their job was to watch and warn of any threats that might come their way. Unfortunately, the ecumenical movement has caused many of our people to stop blowing the trumpet about the real dangers that threaten us.
At this very time we need to be giving the warning and sharing truth-filled literature like the Great Controversy and the National Sunday Law and spread them like the leaves of autumn. These books have the perfect title to counter the National Climate Sunday event scheduled in the UK ahead of COP26. The third angel’s message will reveal to people where all these prophetic events will lead; and most importantly, prepare them for what is ahead. We are told in inspiration that the enemy will attempt to hinder this work but God will always intervene so the warning can be proclaimed:
” ‘Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees, till we have sealed the servants of our God in their foreheads.’ This points out the work we now have to do, which is to cry to God for the angels to hold the four winds until missionaries shall be sent to all parts of the world, and shall have proclaimed the warning against disobeying the law of Jehovah. But every conceivable thing that the enemy can bring against the people of God, to hinder them in their work, will be employed. The Lord, on the other hand, bids all to be awake and to watch; for it was while men slept, that the enemy sowed tares” (Review and Herald, December 11, 1888)