The Reverend Trevor Jamison is our Environmental Chaplain. He has been with Eco Congregation Scotland since April 2013. His role is to help churches, congregations and parishes understand the spiritual and theological reasons why we should care for creation.
Trevor is available to help in the following ways:
- Preaching and/or leading worship
- Speaking to groups and organisations on a variety of creation-related topics such as
The Environment: a Christian Imperative?
What’s the human role in relation to creation: some biblical pictures.
Reading the Bible through green-tinted lenses
Green worship: does it exist?
Ten reasons to care for the Earth
- Leading discussion groups and Bible Study groups
If you would like Trevor to work with you where you are please get in touch with him for a conversation.
Trevor Jamison is a United Reformed Church Minister, seconded to work with Eco Congregation Scotland, full-time, for five years. Previously, he has worked in a variety of settings, including inner city ministry, adult Christian education and, most recently, with congregations in commuter towns close to London.
Trevor was interviewed by Life & Work magazine as part of a wider article about Caring for Creation in their October 2014 issue.
Green Philippians: Three Sermons on Paul’s Letter to the Philippians:
Sermon One – Living the Gospel (PDF file)
Sermon Two – A Tale of Three Slaves (PDF file)
Sermon Three – Staying Hopeful (PDF file)
Trevor occasionally reviews books. You will find a list of his reviews here.