Green Church Showcase
Could your church inspire others to protect and preserve the planet?
The Church Times, in collaboration with members of both the Church of England and Roman Catholic environmental working groups, has just launched The Green Church Showcase.
They are inviting churches, church schools, dioceses, and Christian groups of any denomination to submit details of work that they have undertaken to combat climate change, protect nature, and involve their communities in making changes.
A judging panel chaired by the Church of England Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, the new lead bishop for the environment, will sift through the entries at the end of July. They will be looking for projects that are most easily reproducible by others, so that the whole Church contributes to the reversal of climate change.
These selected projects will feature in a specially commissioned video — the ‘showreel’ — to be launched during the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow at the start of November.
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