ONLINE Join us online to have your say. Eco-Congregation Scotland invites all churches, volunteers, and supporters to help shape the Scottish Government’s Just Transition plan. Join us at this online event to talk about a greener and fairer transport system. No prior knowledge of the topic necessary, but you might want to have a look at
Do you want to reduce your church building’s energy costs and carbon emissions? Join this webinar from Eco-Congregation Scotland, where you’ll: After a presentation, including examples of churches from across Scotland who have successfully installed energy efficiency measures and renewables, there will be an opportunity to put your questions to our panel: This webinar is free
Online As part of Scottish Interfaith Week, Interfaith Scotland will be exploring the topic of climate justice in faith communities, in conversation and dialogue with Bishop Ian Paton. Keynote speaker Bishop Ian Paton is the Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane in the Scottish Episcopal Church, and serves as the Convener of the SEC
Queensferry Parish Church invites you to their Green Christmas event on Saturday 18th November 2023. 10am-1pm. Free entry. No booking required
The film, The Letter, will be screened on 28th November 7pm in St Joseph’s RC Church, 2 Eaglesham Rd. Clarkston.You are warmly invited to attend.The screening is part of the launch of a new deanery Eco Committee in East Renfrewshire.
Join us online for a morning prayer meeting on Thursday 30th November, St Andrew's Day, as the COP28 climate conference opens in Dubai. We will be sharing our new Prayer as COP begins. Please register for the Zoom meeting link or email if easier for you:
In preparation for the Global Day on Action in Edinburgh on the 9th December, join us on Saturday 2nd of December to create a banner to help shout about Justice for All Creation. In this informal banner workshop you will be provided with the materials and space to help you create your own banner. Hosted