Eyes of the World national assembly

CAFOD Eyes of the world national assembly for schools

Join our Eyes of the world national assembly on 22 April.


22 April 2021


Online event

Our next national assembly Eyes of the World will take place on Thursday 22 April. 

What is the assembly about?

The climate is in crisis and it affects us all. But it is the poorest communities who are suffering the most. The eyes of the world are on us this year as Britain hosts world leaders for the United Nation’s climate change talks – COP26. Over the past year we have seen how important it is to look after one another. Join our assembly and find out how we can come together to look after and care for the world which is crying out for our help, and tackle the climate crisis.

Primary assembly will be at 9.30am on 22 April

Secondary assembly will be at 10am on 22 April

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Assembly notes for teachers and chaplains

Eyes of the World action for children and young people

Previous national assemblies

Water of Life introduced the story of a community in Ethiopia who have to walk for water every day and reminded us that we are all connected, even when we are apart.

Light of the World explored how we can reach out and share Jesus’ light at Christmas.

A harvest like no other told the inspiring story of the first Family Fast Day and explored how God's power in us can do more than we can imagine.

The World We Want reflected on the changes we have all experienced and how we can grasp this opportunity to transform our world, together.

Summer of Hope explored how we could transform things we'd miss over summer into exciting fundraisers to bring hope to communities affected by the pandemic.

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