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Eco Church LOAF event

St Mary’s Church, Cubbington held a LOAF event recently as part of their Eco Church activities.

They ran a stall with LOAF leaflets ordered from info@greenchristian.org.uk, and posters and shared a LOAF meal together as well.

There were just 13 of them as there was a village outing to the coast that a lot of members had gone on.

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Baildon Methodist Church: Dec: Guided tours of “Passivhouse” building

All day on Sunday 1 December from 11.30 as part of Baildon at Christmas there will be guided tours of the Fold. All are welcome.

The first eco-building on church premises in Britain built to standards similar to those of a Passivhaus is finished.

The unfolding of the Fold at Baildon Methodist Church,

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Green Christian in Stroud

On Saturday 28th September
around 60 people gathered in Stroud for the seventh Green Christian “On The
Road Together” Day, the last in 2019.

It was organised by Martin Davis and
the Cheltenham Green Christian local group, with help from Rev’d Simon Topping
(Stroud) and Rev’d Noel Sharpe,

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Barnet Green Christian

This is the home page of Barnet and North London Green Christian group.

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Frank Regan’s talk for Cheltenham Green Christian Group – “Do this in remembrance of me”

Martin Davis records the meeting on 6 September of Cheltenham Green Christian group.

Writer and theologian Frank Regan’s return visit to Cheltenham last evening (after 8 years) was in order to consider the subject “Our late great Planet Earth: can we change direction? Explorations and reflections on Laudato Si’”.

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Examples of practical actions taken by local churches

Do you need ideas about what your church could do?
Have a look at some of the links below.

Individual churches have done many green things  since we reported on the Christian Ecology Link Millennium Certificate in 2000 (The certificate was first devised in 1997  exactly 20 years ago)

It is inspiring to hear what individual churches are doing.  

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Greening Baildon Meth. Church: 2

Judith Allinson writes:-

Hey Everyone,

I’m going to tell you about the Eco-Features we discovered when a group of us visited Baildon Methodist Church: (One member suggested writing it up- she thought people from her church might like to come. And so might others)

Eco-Walk and visit to Baildon Eco Church 11 April 2017 –

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Greening Baildon Meth. Church: 1

Apple blossom Baildon Methodist ChurchHave you found it hard to get green issues raised at your church? This article tells how one man got things going at his church and how others have carried it forward.

John Anderson of Baildon Methodist Church is a Local Preacher in the Bradford North Methodist Circuit.  

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