Eco-Congregation Scotland is excited to announce the appointment of Stephen Curran as manager. Stephen brings a wealth of skills and experience with him to this important post. As a Glasgow City Councillor he has served as City Treasurer, and Executive Member for Education and Young People; and has been active in the Justice and Peace
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From the 1st of September to the Feast of St Francis on 4th October churches around the world will be marking Creation Time. This is a time to “be dedicated to prayer for the protection of Creation and the promotion of sustainable lifestyles that reverse our contribution to climate change”. (3rd European Ecumenical Assembly in
Congratulations to Eco-congregation Granton Parish Church who obtained a Climate Challenge Fund grant for a joint project with the local community under the banner “Granton Goes Greener”. On a beautiful summer day – Saturday 30th June – the project was launched by local MP Deirdre Brock, with a guided walk, children’s activities, bike repair workshop,
Could you be the one to bring about the future and vision of Eco-Congregation Scotland? We are looking for a new Charity Manager to take on the exciting opportunity to manage Scotlands’ leading faith-led environmental charity and help us support churches to care for God’s creation. Eco-Congregation Scotland is looking for a charity manager who will
Plastic Free July is well under way already, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still take part. This is good opportunity ti take stock of your plastic consumption and learn what plastics you can live without. Why not take a look here?
Congratulations to St Columba’s by the Castle on achieving their Silver Award – Our assessors commended them for their excellent communications and the many opportunities for ‘eco’ themed discussions within their Forum, Fellowship hour, Bible study and House groups. The assessors were also impressed by: The Day 4 Girls project, which has involved congregation
This week we welcome Fisherton Church of Scotland and Kirkoswald Church of Scotland as Eco-Congregations! We look forward to hearing what they get up to as they care for creation.