Our newest, and 431st, eco-congregation is King’s Community Church in Aberdeen. You can find out more about them here. Please join us in welcoming them to the Eco-Congregation movement.
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Over the next few months, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland will be out across Scotland with their members putting on Climate Action Workshops which you can get involved in! These free to attend workshops are an exciting opportunity to meet others interested in climate change, get to know more about this years Climate Bill and to find
These workshops will provide information about the Stop Climate Chaos CLimate Bill campaign and equip you with the knowledge and skills to take action. We hope attendees will feel inspired to take the message that we need a strong climate act onto their streets, communities and to their representatives. In partnership with Take One Action,
In addition to recently awarding our first Gold award to Carlops Parish Church we have recently awarded three other Church of Scotland Congregations: Stonehaven Parish Church – their 2nd Eco-Congregation award and the last presented under our old award system. St Andrew’s Church, Arbroath – Bronze award Callander Kirk – Silver award This shows a
The next Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Eco Network meeting will be held on Tuesday 18 April at Mannofield Church. The starting time will be 7 for 7.30pm. Refreshments will be served on arrival. The speaker will be Mr Glenn Roberts from the North East of Scotland Biological Recording Centre. The theme for his talk is Recording
The next Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Eco-Congregation Network meeting will be held on Tuesday 18 April at Mannofield Church. The starting time will be 7 for 7.30pm. Refreshments will be served on arrival. The speaker will be Mr Glenn Roberts from the North East of Scotland Biological Recording Centre. The theme for his talk is Recording
Richard Murray writes: The inspiration behind creating a representation of an angel out of tea bags has a number of dimensions. All Saints, Whiterashes is an EcoCongregation and we decided to use recycled tea bags in an imaginative way to raise awareness about recycling things we so easily discard, but also to encourage some reflection