On the eve of the Conservative party conference, Christian Aid, Cafod and Tearfund led an inspiring day of campaigning and worship in Manchester on the issues of climate change and global poverty.
We also held an inspiring day of prayer and action at First Comber Presbyterian Church, Northern Ireland.
Thank you to everyone who attended and called on prime minister David Cameron to keep his promise that his would be the 'greenest government ever.'
We reminded them that the world's poorest communities are depending on it.
Relive the day via our video, Twitter feed and our photo gallery.
Video Highlights of the day
Act now Making sure the government hears us!
Photos View our gallery of the day
Press How the media covered Bearing Witness
Video: highlights from the day
Here's our video playlist for the day. To navigate between clips, click on the small TV icon at the bottom of the video screen, and then browse using the arrows.
Watch the speeches in full:
Making sure the government hears our message!
Directors from Christian Aid, CAFOD and Tearfund hand in a letter to David Cameron with a photo album of all the climate justice messages collected at Bearing Witness on Saturday in Manchester.
Hopefully Bearing Witness will have fired you up - because we have plenty left to do!
In November, the UN's climate change talks take place in South Africa. The UK government will be represented by the secretary of state for energy and climate change, Chris Huhne.
Act now! Please email Huhne and ask him to act in the interests of the world's poor.
And if you're on Twitter, click the links below to send some tweets reminding the Conservatives of David Cameron's climate pledge (remember to log in first).
To the Conservative party (@Conservatives)
To view the gallery full-screen, simply press play and then select the enlarge button on the bottom right. To show the captions, select 'Show info' on the top right.
Bearing Witness in the newsThe Guardian Churches take to the streets to press for coalition action on climate change
BBC Oxford Paul Brannen on the threat of climate change to poor communities (from 10m51s)
The York Press Campaign over climate change
What did you like about Bearing Witness? Anything you think we could have done better? We’d appreciate any feedback from the day, so if you have any thoughts please send them to email@example.com