Creation Care in our discipleship
What is happening at church?
We would like:
our grounds and churchyards to be wildlife and people friendly
our church buildings to be more energy-efficient
our plastic and food waste kept to a minimum, reusing or recycling where we can
to be transport aware, walking or cycling or sharing lifts to church where we can
to show care for our community and environment, such as in the StAction clean-up days
to consider the environment in our church policies and practices, for present and future generations
to learn how our own lifestyles affect the earth and other people
For news of our activities: see our Caring for Creation blogs
What would you like to do?
Whether you are a card carrying ‘eco warrior’ or are wanting to start out in a small way, there is an abundance of resources to help spark your imagination. There are helpful links at the foot of this page, or chat to one of our Eco team:
Mark Bagott, Nick Coates, Sue Crookes, Mark Hannan, Rebecca Hannan, James Hogg, Susie Houston, Elizabeth Hume, Howard Jones, Joady Mitchell, Sue Monk, Claire Morrish, Carolyn Scriven, Ann Stuart, Simon Stuart, Nick Stubbs, David le Tall.
Blackbird: David Le Tall
House Martin: Peter Harris
Whitethroat: Peter Harris
Red Kite: Peter Harris
Swift: courtsey of BirdBox
Short-eared owl: Peter Harris