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
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Congratulations to the Eco Group at Inverkip Parish Church who have followed up achieving their first Eco-Congregation Award and being highly commended in the Church Times Green Awards with a Scottish Green Apple Award. The congregation competed against more than 500 other nominations and will attend an award ceremony in Glasgow in March 2018 to hear
Looking for a bank that will always put your interests first? Looking for a bank that cares more about the planet than profit? Looking for a bank that refuses to invest in archaic fossil fuel technology?… …Us too. UK banks are using your money to fund climate change. It’s time we put a stop to
Over 150 people came to Community Church Edinburgh last night to hear Katharine Hayhoe and Alistair McIntosh addressing the issue of climate change, finding hope and discussing why some Christians may find it hard to engage. It was a challenging evening, well chaired by John Sturrock QC. Two things Katharine suggested that you can do about
From the Church of Scotland web site: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been told that climate change is putting entire populations of Pacific Ocean island nations at serious risk. Delegates from the World Council of Churches said rising sea levels, increasingly severe drought and storms had questioned the very survival of people in the British
Augustine United Church on George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, is hosting an Eco Advent Calendar-making event on November 26th, from 5-6:30 pm. This is to help people consider how to celebrate advent in a sustainable way. Come along if you need ideas for your permanent advent calendar or make an advent calendar from nature or recycled
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will address this year’s UN climate conference, COP23 in Bonn, on Wednesday 15 November. Following an unprecedented invitation from Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of UN Climate Change, she will speak at a High Level Plenary session of COP23 on behalf of states, regions and devolved governments around the world at the