Online Vigil

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For those that can’t make it to Glasgow, XR Interfaith are offering online sessions throughout COP26,  focused on our love and grief for the earth.  People of  any faith or none are most welcome. 

The daytime online Earth Vigil is an open, silent space for multi  faith  prayer and meditation. It will run alongside the Glasgow Earth Vigil from 1100 to 1700 daily between the 31st October to the 12th November, with no session on the 6th November.  You can join these sessions at any time during these times and stay for as long or as little as you are able. To join click here.

Evening sessions run every day from 1830 to 1930, and will be facilitated from a variety of faith perspectives, offering teachings and guidance to support our spiritual practice during the conference.  To join click here.

Sunday 31st OctoberWe will be joined by representatives from Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and Christian faiths, each speaking about their relationship with COP26.

David Jenkins Christian
Plum Village Buddhist
Kaspa Thompson
Pure Land Buddhist
Shulamit Morris-Evans Jewish
Yanai Postelnik
Buddhist Gaia House
Sheila Chauhan Hindu
Luzita Muslim
Monday 1st NovemberKaren Burridge Christian
Sheila Collins Christian
Sheila Chauhan Hindu
Tuesday 2nd NovemberSatya Robyn
Pure Land Buddhist
Wednesday 3rd NovemberShulamit Jewish
Thursday 4th NovemberDavid Jenkins Christian
Sean Collins Zen Buddhist
Friday 5th NovemberKirsten Kratz & Yanai Postelnik
Buddhist Gaia House
Sunday 7th NovemberPlum Village Buddhist
Monday 8th NovemberAasia Bora, Mothiur Rahman & Luzita Ball Muslim
Tuesday 9th NovemberSarah McDonald Interfaith

Rehena Buddhist
Wednesday 10th NovemberKate Konchog
Tibetan Buddhist
Thursday 11th NovemberOrder of the Oak Druid
Friday 12th NovemberRehena Buddhist

Plum Village Buddhist

Justin Hoffman Jewish

For more information contact 

The Vigil can allow us to:

  • To bear witness for the Earth
  • To provide a regenerative space of spiritual resourcing for all who wish to share in it
  • To enrich our spiritual practices by experiencing and sharing in each other’s traditions and practices
  • To build a community of respect, support and friendship by creating a shared sacred space