Environment

Solar panels at Gloucester Cathedral

Arthur Champion – Diocese of Gloucester Environment Officer

Tel: 07955 475303
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Caring for the whole of creation is core to the work of the Church as a whole, and as one of the five marks of mission needs to be taken as seriously as work which concerns the physical and spiritual wellbeing of people.

Downloads

Local church environment policy action plan
Environmental Policy 2019 (updated annually)
Operation Noah Lecture 2/3/13 
Forest Church booklet
↓ More resources and downloads are below ↓

We are living in times when there are significant challenges that society needs to negotiate in terms of caring for natural resources.  Our LIFE Vision seeks engagement to live out Christ’s love and hope by: “Being advocates for human flourishing, through initiatives which combat injustice, environmental destruction, exclusion and isolation.”

We are committed to caring for the environment and supporting the work of local and national environmental organisations, and working in partnership with other organisations where our values and priorities coincide.

The Bishop of Tewkesbury, the Rt Revd Robert Springett has given a helpful talk on this topic, as well as personally setting a good example with work in the Cotswolds.
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From meadows to loos; a quick look at some local eco projects:

Get involved: Resources and downloads

Useful links:

Sustainable Preaching

A Rocha  

Church of England

Churchyards (making the most of and looking after)

Eco-congregation  

Forest Church

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust 

Green Christian (National)

Green Christian (Cheltenham)

Greenpeace

John Ray Initiative  

Living Generously  

Operation Noah  

South West Dioceses (CofE)

Transition Towns  

Shrinking the Footprint  

Vision 21  

Arthur Champion – Diocese of Gloucester Environment Officer

Tel: 07955 475303 | Email: 

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