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How can we become better at caring for creation and improving our lives and the lives of others through healthy, eco-friendly and sustainable living? A blog from Eco Church.
Congratulations to St Barnabas Church in Worcester who have achieved their Silver Eco Church award from A Rocha.
We haveÂ announced that along with many other dioceses and religious institutions, our dioceseÂ is divesting from fossil fuel extraction.
The latest edition in our Called to Action series looks at how to have a more environmentally friendly Christmas.
MP for Mid-Worcestershire, Nigel Huddleston, visited Fladbury CE First School last week to hear a message for the world about climate change.
The latest edition of Called to Action focusses on home and church energy and the small changes you can make to make a difference.
Bishop Martin is supporting a campaign calling for churches to take a more sustainable approach to flower arranging and whenever possible, stop using floral foam in their displays.
Euan McPhee arrived in Worcester this afternoon as part of a cycle ride from Truro to Glasgow ahead of the COP26 Climate Change summit.
The latestÂ edition ofÂ Called to Action includes ideas of how to mark Climate Sunday in your church - worship, commit and speak up.
In this blog post, Helen Oldham, member of the diocesan Climate Crisis Group explains the benefits of keeping a wildflower area of your churchyard.
The latest edition of Called to Action encourages Eco Churches across our Diocese to 'twin' with another Eco Church which is on the route to COP26 in Glasgow. We hope to set up enough partnerships to have 'walked' all the way to the climate change conference.
This edition of Called to Action, small steps to save our planet, explores what we can do to encourage bees and other pollinators to thrive in our gardens.Â
From 13 - 24Â August, young people from our diocese and the Diocese of Gloucester will walk through our diocese from Tewkesbury to Birmingham as part of the Young Christian Climate Network relay.
This July is Plastic Free July, a movement that helps people be part of the solution to plastic pollution â€“ so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Will you choose to refuse single-use plastics?
This edition of Called to Action features walks planned by the Dioceses of Worcester and Gloucester in August, which will link up to the Young Christian Climate network's relay to COP26.
A new project across the Diocese asks you to consider your dreams, hopes and prayers for the future of our planet. Find out more in this Called to Action.
Next week is Love your Burial Ground Week and churches are being encouraged to take part in the â€˜Churches Count on Natureâ€™ initiative, to help record the wildlife within their churchyards.
Eco Church is a structured award scheme which recognises and encourages the environmentally positive steps that churches can take. We have committed to becoming an Eco Diocese and would like as many churches as possible to get involved and earn their bronze, silver and gold awards!
As we begin to think about holidays, this edition of Called to Action looks at how we can minimise our holiday footprint.