Eco Church, Church Action in a Climate Emergency Conference
and Bishop Viv's Lent Reflections
"What difference could I make if I did something?"
Interested in becoming an Eco Church with A Rocha UK?
Find out what the congregation at St Mary's Marshfield have been doing as they strive to go green.
Church Action in a Climate Emergency conference
A day conference to support churches in taking further action to care for our shared environment.
The day will include inspiring speakers, practical workshops, creative expression, moving worship, and chance to network and share materials. It is taking place on Saturday 21 March, 2020 (venue to be confirmed).
We hope you'll leave feeling encouraged and equipped to take your church on the next steps towards a cleaner future.
More information to follow, but for now please register and save the date.
If you have any questions or suggestions about the day, please contact Environmental Adviser Clare Fussell on Clare.Fussell a_t bristoldiocese d_o_t org.
Bishop Viv’s Lent Reflections at Bristol Cathedral
On Tuesdays in Lent, the Bishop of Bristol, the Rt Revd Vivienne Faull, will offer a series of reflections at Bristol Cathedral on the climate crisis, drawing on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2020 Saying Yes to Life by Ruth Valerio.
The sessions will take place in the Chapter House at 6.30pm after Choral Evensong.
3 March: Remember You Are Dust
10 March: Christians, the Bible and the Climate and Biodiversity Crisis
(led by the Bishop’s Chaplain, Revd Canon Dr Martin Gainsborough)
17 March: The Water has Come Up to My Neck
31 March: The Right Time?
, A Rocha UK
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, Church Action in a Climate Emergency Conference
, Climate Emergency
, Eco Church
, Rt Rev Vivienne Faull