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Restore Nature Now – what was it all about?

Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 26 June, 2024 | Category: Chaplain's Blog Climate Emergency | Comments: 2

Reflections on Restore Nature Now from our chaplain, Andrew Norman

Eco anxious? Do something!

Author: Andrew Norman | Date: 31 July, 2022 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 0

In my work as a counsellor I suspect that eco anxiety is often present in clients – though it isn’t…   Read More >

Should we promise to care for creation in baptism?

Author: Andrew Norman | Date: 14 July, 2022 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 1

In Church of England services of baptism, confirmation and renewal of baptismal promises there is a section called the Commission…   Read More >

A Green Rosary

Author: Andrew Norman | Date: 16 June, 2022 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 2

Some years ago I bought a green-coloured rosary. They’re not easy to find, but eventually I discovered one in a…   Read More >

Eco prayer

Author: Andrew Norman | Date: 26 May, 2022 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 1

How do you pray? Where do you like to pray? What is it to pray anyway? In their book ‘Active…   Read More >

Allowing the Earth to love us

Author: Andrew Norman | Date: 12 May, 2022 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 0

Listening to a radio programme as I was doing the washing-up late one evening recently I heard a quote from…   Read More >

What if Creation is eternal?

Author: Andrew Norman | Date: 2 May, 2022 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 1

As Christians concerned about the environment our starting point might be a belief in God as the Creator of all…   Read More >

COP26 – What next?

Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 4 December, 2021 | Category: Chaplain's Blog | Comments: 0

By Andrew Norman, our Co-Chaplain COP26 – What next? That’s what we asked ourselves in our Green Christian evening on December…   Read More >