Here you will find some resources to help you consider what it might mean to be ecologically minded in the Diocese of St Asaph.
Caring for God’s Acre
This charity helps parishes and community groups engage with their local cemeteries and graveyards offering training, resources and practical help. Find out more.
North Wales Wildlife Trust
Offering training, resources and planning. Running the successful Churchyards Project – now focussing on Denbighshire. Find out more.
Nyth / Nest Wales
Nest is the Welsh Government’s fuel poverty scheme and can help you to reduce the cost of your energy bills. Nest support is available to everyone in Wales. Find out more.
Environment Wales is a partnership in the voluntary sector, funded by the Welsh Government. Their aim is to contribute to sustainable development by supporting and encouraging voluntary action to protect and improve the environment. They offer grants and support from local officers. Find out more.
Helps community groups to tackle causes and impacts of climate change with advice, training, mentoring and support from community practitioners. Find out more.
Natural Resources Wales
Natural Resources Wales has taken over the functions of the Countryside Council for Wales, Environment Agency Wales and Forestry Commission Wales, as well as some functions of Welsh Government. They work for communities in Wales to make sure people and their homes are protected from environmental incidents like flooding and pollution. They provide opportunities for people to learn, use and benefit from Wales’ natural resources. Find out more.
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 Christian organisation which provides leadership, focus and inspiration in response to the growing threat of catastrophic climate change endangering God’s creation. Find out more.