This is the latest news from the Mid Argyll and Clyde Eco-Congregation network.
For archived articles prior to June 2012 please click here.
We would like to welcome Netherlorn Churches to Eco-Congregation Scotland. They are five Argyll churches which include Craignish, Kilbrandon, Kilchattan, Kilmelford and Kilninver.
Photo borrowed from their website:http://www.netherlornchurches.org.uk/
Please help us make them feel welcome!
Please note that the next Mid Argyll Network meeting is postponed to 29th April 2013. It will still take place in Kilmartin Church Hall. The church is located in Kilmartin village. More details will follow. All welcome!
The next network meeting will take place on 18th March at the Kilmartin Church Hall. More details will follow closer to the time.
The report from the Mini-Gathering in Aberdeen held on the 22nd October is now available.
People from 13 congregations came to event, which aimed to inspire and equip congregations for their Eco-Congregation journey. Speakers from Cults Parish Church, Skene Parish Church and Queen’s Cross Parish Church shared their Eco-Congregation plans and achievement. We heartily recommend reading the report if you are looking for inspiration or curious to find out how other congregations carry out their Eco-Congregation journey.
Rev. Ewan Aitken also gave an inspirational sermon prior to the gathering and abseiled off the Forth bridge for charity later the same day.
You can read the full report by clicking on the link: Report on Mini Gathering 2012
Zero Waste Scotland run volunteer programmes across Scotland to encourage people to reduce, reuse and recycle. Would you like them to come and give your network or congregation a talk?