Welcome to St Jude and St John Ogilvie Roman Catholic Church in Glasgow, who registered as eco-congregation!
The Energy Saving Trust is providing interest free loans to charities and community groups (including churches) to encourage them to install renewable energy technologies or measures that reduce energy consumption.
The full details, including the application forms, can be found here:
This is a key resource and a great opportunity for eco-congregations to carry out work on their biuldings and reduce their carbon footprint.
Saturday 10th September 2011
11am – 4pm
Stirling Methodist Church, Queen Street, Stirling, FK8 1HL
(map – http://stirlingmethodist.org.uk/FindUs/Index.asp )
Networks play a vital role in helping Eco-Congregation Scotland assist individual eco-congregations fulfil their mission. They also play a key role in sustaining the organisation.
We would like to invite you to this seminar for network coordinators and others – we suggest that two or three people from each network attend. It is a chance for us to discuss together the future development of networks and how they can best be supported.
Items for discussion will include:
- The growing role and development of networks (The purpose of our networks – current and possible future)
- How can we help and support networks in this role
- How can networks help Eco-Congregation Scotland flourish
- Help with award assessment process
In attendance: Ewan Aitken (Chair of the Board, Eco-Congregation Scotland), Gordon Hudson (Manager), Margaret Warnock (Coordinator) plus other Board members.
Tea and coffee will be served, but please bring a packed lunch.
Please reply, by 1st September, with the names of those who will be attending from your network so we know how many people are coming.
Thank you, we look forward to seeing you there!