Eco-Congregation Scotland is an ecumenical movement endorsed by Action of Churches Together in Scotland.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is supported by the Church of Scotland, the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Methodist Church in Scotland and the United Reformed Church . We also receive funding from the Scottish Government, SCIAF and Christian Aid as well as local church congregations and private individuals.
We are part of the wider Eco-Congregation movement in the UK and overseas. Each countries’ movement is run independently, but we retain links with each other. Eco-Congregation Scotland is linked to the Environmental Issues Network of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and to the European Christian Environmental Network.
Continue your journey on these pages:
- What we do – an explanation of our work.
- Who we are - who is involved and who is backing this.
- Our story – the history of Eco-Congregation Scotland
- Frequently asked questions – about climate change.
- Contact us – our contact details
- Annual report – a full set of our latest annual report and accounts
- Trustees – a list of our board of directors (all volunteers from active eco-congregations)
- Blog – news of interest on environmental issues.
- Reducing spending in churches – a storehouse of useful information on reducing energy consumption.
Enjoy browsing, and please contact us if you have any comments on the site.