The diocesan Eco Church Group is inviting all of us to pray and work for a change of heart and mind in caring for our planet and responding to the climate emergency.
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People up and down the country are giving some of their time during Lent for a 10-day climate justice prayer vigil outside the Houses of Parliament.
The latest Living Gently on the Earth programme from the Cathedral.
St Peter’s Church in Rous Lench, just outside Evesham, has been given permission to install solar panels on the roof of their Grade 1 listed church. The panels will be part of a major project to reimagine the church as a multi-purpose community space, with the parish ensuring the project is as environmentally friendly as possible.
David Hewlett has become the new Chair of the diocesan Climate Crisis Task Group. He takes over from Bishop Martin, who has been Interim Chair since the retirement of Hugh Burton at the start of the year.
COP28 is the United Nations Climate Change conference happening in the United Arab Emirates, from 30 November to 12 December 2023. Find out how you can get involved.
Kate Hurst from the Sustainable Church Flowers group shows us how to make an eco-friendly Advent wreath.
The Cathedral have produced a video about becoming an "Eco Cathedral" and their Living Gently on the Earth Series.
The Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN) are asking you to Take the Veg Pledge!
The latest events, talks and workshops in the Cathedral's 'Living Gently on the Earth' series.
We have achieved our bronze Eco Diocese award as we continue our journey towards net-zero carbon by 2030.
On Friday 21 April around 1400 Christians, including a small group from the Diocese of Worcester, joined “The Big One” in London, to demand action on the climate emergency and cost of living crisis.
Bishop Martin recently visited St Anne’s Church in Bewdley where he was able to present the church its silver Eco Church Award!
Have you considered the environmental impact of using lilies in church floral displays this Easter? The Sustainable Church Flower movement are arguing it's time to make a change.
St John the Baptist in Claines and St George's Church in Worcester have both achieved their silver Eco Church award.
Congratulations to St Peter’s Church in Pedmore who have achieved their silver Eco Church award from A Rocha. The church were delighted to receive the award before Christmas after submitting all their evidence.
In the latest in our Called to Action series, the Diocesan Climate Crisis group offers some top tips to save energy and reduce your bills!
Congratulations to the Kidderminster West Team and also All Saints, Bromsgrove for recently achieving Eco Church Awards. All Saints in Bromsgrove along with St John’s and Holy Innocents Churches in Kidderminster have achieved their bronze award with St Peter’s Church in Kidderminster achieving silver.
Harvington CE First School, just outside of Evesham, has achieved a silver award from Christian Aid’s Global Neighbours Scheme. The scheme celebrates schools that are helping pupils to learn about global poverty and the Christian responsibility to tackle it, motivating children to become good citizens and play their role in creating a fairer world.
The Diocesan Climate Crisis Group is encouraging parishes to engage with the Church of England’s Route map to Net Zero Carbon by 2030. The document was approved by General Synod in July and has recently been published on the Church of England’s website.