Outside the blue zone, we joined faith movements from around the world to present their demands for climate justice to delegates and leaders.
More than 150,000 actions, including petition signatures and your prayer boats, were gathered together alongside statements from religious leaders and young people.
Then thousands of you joined the Global Day of Action on 6th November. With an estimated 150,000 people marching through the streets of Glasgow, and just as many taking part in over 100 actions across the UK.
In so doing, you stood in solidarity with those on the frontlines of the climate crisis and demanded action for climate justice.
And throughout, your prayers and hopes for climate justice, captured and carried on prayer boats were displayed to decision makers, ensuring that the breadth and depth of desire for climate justice from faith communities could not be ignored.
Why was taking part in the Global Day of Action important?
We asked churchgoers why taking part in the Global Day of Action is important to them. Find out what they said.