Our newest, and 431st, eco-congregation is King’s Community Church in Aberdeen. You can find out more about them here. Please join us in welcoming them to the Eco-Congregation movement.
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This year our our Environmental Chaplaincy project moves into its second five year period funded by the United Reformed Church. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Rev David Coleman as successor to Rev Trevor Jamison, who leaves to take up a pastorate in North Shields. David hopes to be with us in Mid
Over the holiday weekend three new congregations have registered as eco-congregations. By registering, these congregations are making a commitment to address environmental issues in the lives of their churches and are adding their voices to all those calling for action on climate change. The three new eco-congregations are: St Josephs RC Milngavie St Anne’s Scottish
[From Greener Scotland: your one-stop website for greener living, provided by the Scottish Government.] It might surprise you to hear that Scottish households throw out roughly 600,000 tonnes of food every year. That’s the equivalent of £460 per household per year, or a total cost of £1.1 billion to people in Scotland. That’s why Scotland’s National
We are pleased to announce the winners of our 2018 Photography Competition which was arranged as part of the run up to our Annual Gathering. In total we had 135 entries across ten categories which were judged anonymously by two judges. The winners are: Biodiversity Winner: Dolina Munro Caring for Creation Winner: Lisa
Dear supporters, you will already be receiving emails from organisations you are connected with about changes to data protection laws in the UK which come into force in May (known as the General Data Protection Regulations). Eco-Congregation Scotland holds a small database of contacts for our registered congregations, award assessors and a few other contacts.
At our Annual Gathering on Saturday Wesley Paxton from Annan told us about a petition he is promoting to try and get a standardised refillable glass bottle. To read his idea in detail click here (PDF document). This is a message from Wesley and a link to his petition: This is my petition, I started