We’re always looking for new ways Eco-Congregations can get involved in the wider environmental movement and recently we’ve been talking to RSPB Scotland about the Glasgow ‘Wild-Fest‘ and plans to celebrate the spirit of the Garden Festival on its 30th Anniversary in 2018. RSPB Scotland will be working with partners, organisations and community gardens
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Join us to explores key issues around how we can invest our money ethically to have a positive impact on Climate Change individually, as part of your congregation and in your community. Thursday 12th October 2017 9:45 am St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, Edinburgh, EH2 2PA PROGRAMME 9.15 Registration and refreshments 9.45 Welcome
Churches across Scotland are embracing Toilet Twinning, a quirky campaign which helps provide proper loos in some of the poorest places on the planet. In countries like Malawi, climate change is making the need for decent toilets all the more pressing… Brighton is proud to be chief of Kalu. His village in southern Malawi is
Knowing the carbon footprint of your church, other buildings, or your travel is an essential step in responding to climate change. Knowing the carbon footprint will help you: Learn about the carbon emissions from your heating, lighting or appliances Check the different carbon emissions of travel by car, bus, train, or plane Give you an
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The Trossachs Pilgrimage and Picnic is taking place again this year on Sunday 27th August. You are invited to join for the Pilgrimage walk, which leaves at 11.45, after an Open Air service in Ancaster Square, Callander, and follows a nine mile route to Trossachs Church. Get in touch if you’re interested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Church of Scotland is partnering with Christian Aid Scotland, Eco Congregation Scotland and Oikocredit for this year’s Good Money Week conference. Join us to explore issues around how we an invest our money ethically to have a positive impact on Climate Change individually, as part of your congregation and in your community. After hearing