Eco-Congregation Scotland is very happy to announce GROW – Greyfriars Recycling of Wood – as its new supplier for Eco-Congregation Award Plaques. As part of the Greyfriars Church Community Centre, based in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket, GROW is an emerging social enterprise that seeks to create new employment opportunities for long term homeless with addiction and mental
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2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity. See the official video here.
On Saturday, the Eco-Congregation Scotland Annual Gathering 2010 took place in Stirling Baptist Church. The registration of Eco-Congregation scotland as a Charity was launched at the event, and practical details of this discussed. Alastair McIntosh than gave a challenging an inspiring address on a “Spiritual Response to Climate Change”. In the afternoon, Roddy Hamilton from
Welcome to Hawick Baptist Church who registered as 238th eco-congregation!
Welcome to Portlethen Parish Church, 239th eco-congregation!
On 19th March there will be a public meeting at the Wynd Centre in Paisley on ‘A Fair Share: Global Poverty, Climate Change and Britain’s Carbon debt’ with the Rt Hon Douglas Alexander MP, Secretary of State for international Development; Deborah Doane, Director of the World Development Movement and Rev Ian Galloway, Convener of the
Welcome to Shawlands United Reformed Church, 237th eco-congregation!