The RSPB invites you to take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch at the end of January – it’s such an easy family friendly project that everyone can get involved in. They would ask you to watch the birds in your garden for an hour over the weekend of the 29-30 January, and then to
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Full information and application forms are available on the Keep Scotland Beautiful website. From looking at previous successful applications it appears that those most likely to succeed had one or more of the following characteristics: Considerable community use of the buildings. Involvement of other community groups or more than one local church in the project.
Welcome to Canisbay Parish Church, who registered as 263rd eco-congregation!
St Matthew’s Church Perth achieved their second Eco-Congregation Award! Congratulations! The assessors particularly commended the congregation for the following: Maintaining and developing a very active Eco Congregation programme in the church for a number of years – it’s not easy to keep going! The very thoughtful and creative services that they have led on the
A letter on climate change has been signed by four senior religious leaders in Scotland. Scotland’s religious leaders have described the West’s failure to help developing nations cope with climate change as a “moral outrage”. Senior members of the country’s Christian and Islamic communities outlined their position in a letter to Prime Minister David Cameron.
Gordon Hudson has been appointed as the first manager of Eco-Congregation Scotland. The post has been made possible with the generous support of the Scottish Government. Gordon will be taking on the challenge of growing Eco-Congregation Scotland and helping eco-congregations across Scotland to take action to care for the earth. The number of congregations who
Welcome to Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland Kirk Edinburgh, Dirleton Church of Scotland and Erskine Church of Scotland Falkirk!