Deep Waters: A project of Borrowed Time

“underwater church” by JunCTionS is licensed under CC BY 2.0

People often have complex emotional responses to the climate crisis, including grief, anger, blame, and many others. Deep Waters aims to help people navigate these responses through a Christian lens of love, wisdom, and justice, and to lead people into a place of active hope.

Deep Waters is available for churches and other Christian groups to use. Full details on how to access the materials are on the Borrowed Time website.

In Green Christian we think the climate and ecological emergency is probably the greatest mission challenge the churches have ever faced.

Photo by Sandy Millar on Unsplash

Through our Borrowed Time project we are preparing a range of pastoral resources, including circles of support and public rituals, for navigating the emotional, spiritual and existential challenges that confront us.  We invite you to join in one such opportunity.

In eight sessions Deep Waters will offer a safe space where you can meet a small group of other Green Christians. With conversation, reflection, and shared experience,  Deep Waters invites you on a journey through climate grief and eco-anxiety, to discover renewed courage, clarity and purpose.

Full details of the course may be found on the Borrowed Time website.



Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 19 May, 2021 | Category: Borrowed Time Climate Emergency GC Events | Comments: 4

Comments on "Deep Waters: A project of Borrowed Time"

Deborah Tomkins:

January 4, 2022

Hi Rab, The next run of Deep Waters will also be online, from January 18th, but in the next few weeks we intend to make the course materials available to churches and other Christian groups. Others may wish to use the materials but should be aware that there is a Christian bias - but there is much which is common to all people of goodwill, such as poetry, images, links to articles and so on. Do sign up if you would like to know more, or contact me directly. Best wishes Deborah

Barbara Echlin:

September 15, 2021

The next session of Deep Waters is on line and starts on Monday 27 September. Click on 'Register your interest in taking part' button to book your place.


September 14, 2021

Please keep me in the loop is this online or in person?

Andrew Norman:

December 18, 2020

I'm not totally sure about my availability on Thursday evenings ...

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