Opportunity to shape the future of the movement in Scotland. (One named person from your congregation will be able to vote at our AGM on behalf of your congregation).
Our programme coordinators and environmental chaplain who will be able to help you develop the environmental and spiritual activities in your church and guide you towards application for one of our awards.
Through a small annual fee, your membership will support the ongoing work of our local networks and our awards programme.
How to register
STEP 1: Get Approval from the Congregation or Parish
As this is a commitment by a congregation or parish, we need approval from its decision-making body. This varies by denomination but it could be the Kirk Session, Vestry or Parish Council - or it could be a pastor, minister, priest or other clergy. You do not need to have done any environmental work to register as an Eco-Congregation. Registration is a statement of intent - that your church is concerned about the environment and wants to do something about it in the future.
STEP 2: Complete the Registration Form
Where possible, please complete our online registration form.
If you are unable to access the form online please download a copy, complete and return to the address on the form. If you need assistance completing the form or would like to request a copy to be posted to you please contact us.
On the registration form you will be asked to confirm if you would like to sign up to be a full member. Current membership fees can be found here. Registered congregations who choose not to become members can register for membership at a later date.
What happens next?
Once you have completed your registration form:
we will send you a certificate that you can display within your church
you will be added to our mailing list so that you can receive updates about upcoming events and ways to get involved.
we will connect you with your local Eco-Congregation network covering your area of Scotland.