We now have an online calendar to easily find events that eco-congregations are hosting around the country. Network meetings, our Environmental Chaplain Rev Trevor Jamison’s worship-leading and talk sessions, as well as events such as our Annual Gathering and supported events such as Fast for the Climate will all be included.
Please do let us know if you have any events coming up that you would like us to add to our calendar!
The report and summary report from the Local Networks Seminar held on 6th September are now available to download. You can access them here:
We would be interested in publishing articles from registered eco-congregations on our web site news page and in our monthly newsletter. So, if your congregation has done anything interesting recently why not write this up and send it to email@example.com ?
We will put the article on our news page, local network page and consider it for inclusion in our newsletter.
The Moray Eco-Congregation network is holding a coffee morning on Saturday 18th October at Bellie Church Hall, Fochabers, 10.00 – 12noon.
Displays and tables include;- Traidcraft, Using recycled wood and recycling furniture, Christian Aid Awareness, Eco Cleaning methods, Bee Conservation, Kids bee crafts corner and lots more.
Admission £2 and Children £1.
All are welcome to attend!
The notes from the most recent Moray network meeting can be downloaded here.
The next meeting of the Moray Network of Eco-Congregation Scotland will be on Monday 8th September, 7.30 – 9pm at St Andrew’s-Lhanbryd Church, Sheriffston, Lhanbryde, Elgin, IV30 8LG (for map see http://tinyurl.com/kysyjkh). An agenda can be downloaded and shared with your congregations here.
The Local Networks Seminar 2014 will take place on Saturday 6th September, 11am – 3.30pm at Dunblane Cathedral Halls.
We hope you agree the programme (menu!) available here sets out an exciting and challenging day. It is, in fact, a “feast” for all those involved with our local networks aimed at providing food for thought for the year ahead!
It is important that as many networks as possible are represented at the Seminar and we have already circulated an invitation to network co-ordinators and key network members. However, we are now opening the invitation out to all network members but, as space is limited, please book early to avoid disappointment!
TO REGISTER FOR THE SEMINAR: please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, network and church by Monday 25th August.
Dunblane Cathedral is about a 5 minute walk from the train station, up the Main Street (see http://www.dunblanecathedral.org.uk/Location.html) . Trains from Glasgow and Edinburgh arrive in Dunblane approx. every 30 minutes and some trains from the North also stop at Dunblane, although it may be necessary to go through to Stirling and change. There are also some intercity buses that stop in Dunblane. If it is necessary for you to come by car, please let us know if you are able to offer a lift.