Ideas for Action

Find out about our resources and ideas to help you get started or progress towards an award.

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Register your Congregation

Start your journey as an eco-congregation and join five hundred churches already taking part.

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Eco-Congregation Map

Find eco-congregations and award winners all over Scotland using our interactive map.

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Statement from Eco-Congregation Scotland chairperson Richard Murray:
It is with great sadness that we have heard of the death of Queen Elizabeth II after a reign of 70 years in which she has exemplified the virtues of service, compassion and leadership.
Her death comes at a particularly difficult time for our nation and the world. We have lost her reassuring presence and commitment to live her life to the highest of standards. Queen Elizabeth was a regular church goer. Church was a part of her family life. Her attendances at major church events and regular worship were a feature of her reign. Although we mourn the loss of our late Queen, as we look at our changing world, it is important that as Christians we should take this moment to reflect deeply on the changes that are taking place as a consequence of our misuse of fossil carbon and our failure to care responsibly for God’s creation.
Charles III, when Prince of Wales, often spoke powerfully on environmental issues and on the imperative to act. He spoke movingly to the recent COP26 in Glasgow. At a time of doubt and uncertainty, of real fear about the future, this is something we are called to make clear to everyone, and offer the hope that the changes we need to make in our world will open up a sustainable future. We need to ask ourselves what are we are being called to do at this time.

What we do


We support eco-congregations with events all year round from films and talks to nature walks. Find out what's happening and take part.


Our awards programme encourages the environmental mission of local churches, recognising and celebrating good practice across Scotland.


Our environmental chaplain visits churches to teach, explore and encourage the spiritual aspect of caring for creation. Follow his blog online.


We provide written material to help you get started and develop your own activities to care for creation and tackle the climate emergency.


We connect churches through local networks, bringing together award winners and new eco-congregations to learn and grow together. 


We have developed projects for congregations to engage with. Find out more about Faith Action for Nature or Church and Community Orchards. 

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