The environment, climate change and Eco Church

The environment and climate change - A Church of England resource

The Church of England holds the view that responding to climate change is an essential part of our responsibility to safeguard God's creation. The Church of England's environmental campaign exists to enable the whole church to address - in faith, practice and mission - the issue of climate change.

You can find out much more on the Church of Englands website by clicking here.

Eco Church - An A Rocha Project

The Eco Church survey and supporting resources (all free and online) are designed to equip your church to express care for God's world in your worship and teaching; in how you look after your buildings and land; in how you engage with your local community and in global campaigns, and in the personal lifestyles of your congregation.

How often does a local ecologist come to church to talk about wildlife? Have you considered toilet twinning? These are some typical questions raised by Eco church.

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