Eco-congregation is a tool to help churches begin to address environmental issues in all that they do. It is suitable for all kinds of churches to use. Churches are encouraged to use the resources provided to look at three main areas of church life. Find out more.
A Rocha is a Christian environmental and nature conservation movement. The name is Portuguese for ‘the rock’ – and their first initiative was a field study centre in Portugal.
Projects are frequently cross-cultural in character and share a community emphasis, with a focus on science and research, practical conservation and environmental education. Find out more.
Arthur Rank Centre
For 40 years the Arthur Rank Centre has served both the spiritual and practical needs of the rural Christian community through a programme of community and social projects, resourcing and training. Find out more.
Christian Ecology Link
We are responsible for our impact on God’s creation as a whole. CEL helps members to understand and relate these responsibilities to their faith. Members can then encourage others in their local church to think seriously about these issues. Find out more.
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
Provides resources each year for Creation Time which runs through September ending on the 4th October – the Feast of St. Francis. Find out more.
Season of Creation
It is full of ideas for liturgies, Bible studies, sermons, children’s addresses and more. Hidden in the liturgies are new words to familiar hymn tunes. It is put together by Norman Habel. It is endorsed by the European Christian Environment Network (ECEN). Find out more.
A selection of books are available from Wild Goose Publications on Creation Care. Find out more.