A week ago, Cate Williams wrote on the deep reality of the nature crisis that is wounding the biodiversity of our world and how, as disciples of Christ, we might begin to respond. As we begin our Christmas celebrations, we are given, should we need it, another reminder of why it is so important that we respond.
COP15 – how can we respond to the nature crisis?
Ahead of the COP15 conference on biodiversity, Cate Williams, Environmental Engagement Officer shares how worshipping communities can help to protect wildlife and habitats where they are. COP15 is the fifteenthContinue reading
Cate Williams on COP27: politics, churches and community
Diocesan Environmental Engagement Officer, the Revd Dr Cate Williams reflects on COP27 and how our churches and communities can be part of the solution. As the COP27 discussions continue, weContinue reading
Eco Church In An Hour: A ‘tweet’ for the birds
Caring for wildlife is an integral part of #EcoChurchInAnHour Jon shows Bishop Robert the bird boxes that the church in Daglingworth has put up around the churchyard. They have madeContinue reading
Get ready for No Mow May
Fancy making a difference for the planet by doing less this May? Plantlife is encouraging churches and households to take part in No Mow May. Lock up your lawnmower onContinue reading
Teen’s talent makes waves in village churchyard
A Cheltenham teenager with a passion for ecology is challenging his church community to make greater efforts for the environment. A quiet time spent reflecting in the churchyard at StContinue reading
Wild and wonderful launch for year of science and faith
Scientist and author Petra Crofton is inviting families to a celebration of the launch of her new book and the start of a year of exploring the links between faith and science.
Andy turns a hobby into cash for causes
Keen birdwatcher and environmentalist Andy Langley has been using his interests to raise money for his church, St Lawrence, Barnwood. Andy’s employer, Ecclesiastical Insurance, runs a scheme for staff wherebyContinue reading
Drystone walls returning to former glory
A time capsule put together by children at Down Ampney School has been buried in a dry stone wall during repair work.
Biodiversity in churchyards
When Caring for God’s acre joined us for a zoom webinar in April, they informed us that the area covered by churchyards and burial grounds in England and Wales combinedContinue reading
Share your eco stories for the ‘Green showcase’
It’s time to share your stories of all the eco projects going on in your patch. We’d love to share them in the Bulletin and on our social media channels,Continue reading
Christians take action to promote biodiversity
From 1 September to 4 October Christians around the world, including from the Church of England, will join together for the Season of Creation, a festival of prayer and communityContinue reading