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PRESS RELEASE: “The Church of England must inspire change, not mimic societal norms.” Green Christian calls for Church of England to set an example on carbon targets

Green Christian welcomes plans by the Church of England, announced last week, to “recognise the Climate Crisis and step up its action to safeguard God’s creation.”

The charity is seriously concerned, however, by the Environmental Working Group’s proposal that General Synod should support the Government’s carbon reduction of net zero carbon by 2050.

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Sad News

“It is with great sadness we have learnt of the deaths of Miranda Harris (Co-Founder of A Rocha together with her husband Peter) and Chris Naylor (CEO of A Rocha International) and his wife Susanna, in a fatal car accident in South Africa on Monday 28 October. Peter Harris and their driver are in hospital.

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Reports of the Global Climate Strike on 20 Sept

We have had many, many reports from different members of Green Christian who took part in Youth Global Climate Strikes – from large lineups in London and Leeds to small settings such as Settle and in-school strikes.

You can read about the Faith Meeting after the London Climate strike here.

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Christian songs about Creation

Are you a budding songwriter or hymn writer? Do you have a worship group or choir which likes to write Christian music? Here’s an opportunity!
Resound Worship, a group of British worship songwriters, are seeking worship songs that talk about caring for the planet.

They say: “Here at Resound Worship,

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Send a letter to the new Prime Minister about the climate emergency TODAY

On 24th July the UK will have a new prime minister. Please write to him – an actual hand written letter – and let him know that there is no more time to lose. I am not asking you to block a road or chain yourself to a fence,

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Can you recognise Ash Die-back?

Judith Allinson, of Settle, Northern England writes:

“Oh the Oak and the Ash and the bonny Ivy tree…

Around Settle where I live, Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) is our the main big wild tree. Outside of the town a quarter of the big trees are ash.

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Can these bones live? – an Easter Sunday message for Extinction Rebellion

On Easter Sunday, members of Green Christian joined Christian Climate Action and friends at Marble Arch, London, as part of the Extinction Rebellion protest camp. They took part in an Easter Sunday service, sitting in the road, with people bringing a song or a reading or a liturgy.

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CELINK – Green Christian’s Members’ E-discussion Group

Green Christian members have an Email discussion Group: celink@googlegroups.com It is restricted to paid up members of Green Christian – ( If you’re not a paid up member you can easily join Green Christian here)

Member can ask and answer questions, tell about projects,

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