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Sacred People, Sacred Earth

Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 18 February, 2021 | Category: Action Climate Emergency | Comments: 4

Sacred People, Sacred Earth Statement GreenFaith is calling for a collective response to the pandemic and the climate crisis that…   Read More >

Plant: insect-friendly plants

Author: | Date: 17 February, 2021 | Category: Biodiversity | Comments: 3

by Rosemary Richardson. Planting insect-friendly plants that will bloom throughout the spring & summer is a simple & effective way…   Read More >

List of All Posts 2017 – 2021

Author: Editor 1 | Date: 4 February, 2021 | Category: Archived News | Comments: 0

Here are all posts back to early 2017. To search for a word in a title, type Control F. The column…   Read More >

Green Christian Worcester – Local Group

Author: Editor 1 | Date: 2 February, 2021 | Category: Local Groups | Comments: 0

Green Christian – Worcester – is an active Green Christian local group. The group can be contacted by emailing  worcester@greenchristian.org.uk…   Read More >

Climate Emergency Toolkit

Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 29 January, 2021 | Category: Action Climate Emergency | Comments: 0

Tearfund launched the Climate Emergency Toolkit on Wednesday 28 January. Declaring a climate emergency could be a powerful way to restart your…   Read More >

Keith Innes –  1933 – 2020

Author: Chris Warwick | Date: 28 January, 2021 | Category: Uncategorized | Comments: 1

A Tribute Revd Keith Innes died in December. Keith was a long time member of Green Christian. He wrote a…   Read More >

Show the Love Prayer – Template email to your church leader

Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 28 January, 2021 | Category: Action Climate Emergency | Comments: 2

We’d love churches up and down the country to pray one of our Show the Love prayers. We have written…   Read More >

Wanted – Pandemic Art

Author: Paul Strickland | Date: 27 January, 2021 | Category: Arts Blog | Comments: 5

What’s happened in the pandemic? Where are the poets and painters? Why are we not being flooded with images and…   Read More >