Eco-Congregation Scotland is delighted to support this blended event, on site and online.
To access online please go to Maxwell Mearns Castle Parish Church YouTube page on Wednesday 22nd September from 7.30pm.
As Scotland comes into the spotlight hosting COP26, due in November 2021, it becomes imperative that Scotland’s churches join the conversation and take action on the Climate Emergency.
One of the most powerful ways we can encourage change is in talking, listening and telling our stories. Eco-Congregation Scotland has produced a pack of monthly themed resources to help congregations begin a series of awareness raising conversations about the Climate Emergency and to encourage everyone to take action.
January is the month where we are focussing on the effects of climate change on the weather patterns.
Join us at 7.30pm on Monday 25th January 2021 to take part in the discussion.
January is often a stormy month in Scotland. Wild, windy weather batters our shores from the Atlantic, causing mountainous waves to overtop coastal defences. Cold northerly air flows bring snow, piled high this beautiful white substance can change our noisy, busy towns to silent deserted places.
Scientists talk of the many effects of global warming, with increasing numbers of extreme weather events seen all around the globe.
Please fill in the form below to join us for an evening of discussion on Zoom.