Thirty Days Wild

Judith Allinson writes:

Do something outdoors every day in June – this project encouraged by the Wildlife Trusts is for everyone (nearly).

Simply:-

Everyday go outside for a little while – Whether rock climbing or litter picking, meditating or sunbathing – look up to the sky, look round to the trees, look to the moss and seedlings in the cracks in the paving stones. Let’s be aware of the details of our surroundings. Let’s thank God for what we see.

And hear.

And smell.

And feel.

Can you keep this up for everyday for a month?

I look forward to hearing from members of Green Christian and from readers of this website post .. So add your comments at the bottom.

I made have made my personal blog posts on 30Days wild since I discovered it eight years ago.. – I would suggest you make a diary of your own.. (but then writing the posts often takes longer than the walk itself ( stroke – paddle / star gaze / taking a person who needs help out /)

— There are lots of days in June that may encourage you to go out anyway. – but let’s use this discipline to go out for a little while, even on the wet days, and to offer our services who to people who need assistance to go out of doors.

The list of events below are just the one’s I am lucky enough to be involved with or know about: See if you can write your own.

Thur 1 June: Climate walk at Settle (using prayers from “Pray and Fast for the Environment”

3-11 June Love Your Burial Ground Week with Churches Count on Nature Could you organise an event in your churchyard this week? See map of where things are organised: in England and Wales map

Sun 4 June Environment Sunday (The Sunday nearest to World Environment Day (5 June)

Mon 5 June – (World Environment Day)

Wed 7 June Settle EcoExplorers Walk

10-18 June Great Big Green Week

Wed 14 June 7pm: Walk for Creation – Hope valley Faith and climate Network– Padley Chapel, near Grindleford Station for a reflective prayer walk and time of worship.

Wed 21 June: Summer solstice – 15.58 BST

Pictures at top of blog: 1. Cocks-foot grass seen close up.
2. Settle Eco-Explorers Summer “camp” – birdwatching

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Author: Editor 1 | Date: 30 May, 2023 | Category: Biodiversity Opinion Worship Materials | Comments: 0


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