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Called to Action: Rogation and No Mow May

Published: 29th April 2021

May is a time of sowing and growing. Rogation is when we ask for God’s blessing on our fields planted with crops. Find out what small steps you can take to help save our planet.


Marking Earth Hour at the Cathedral

Published: 24th March 2021

Worcester Cathedral will mark Earth Hour on Saturday 27 March at 8.30pm with an online vigil introduced with a challenge from one of the pupils at the King’s School.


Called to Action: Journey with us to COP26

Published: 18th March 2021

The latest Called to Action focusses on the start of the journey towards COP26 in November.


Called to Action: Earth Hour

Published: 7th March 2021

The latest edition of small steps to save the planet focusses on Earth Hour and the chance to journey from Earth Hour to COP 26 in Glasgow.


Burning down the house research

Published: 26th February 2021

In 2020 We Are Tearfund and Youthscape surveyed 630 young Christians from the UK. They asked 14-19 year olds about their thoughts on the climate, the church and their faith.


Called to Action - Green IT

Published: 16th February 2021

Green up the Church Office & Home IT


Archbishop Justin addresses international faith leaders ahead of climate change conference.

Published: 12th February 2021

The Archbishop of Canterbury has addressed the first of a series of online meetings between international faith leaders in preparation for the COP26 climate change conference.


Called to Action in Lent

Published: 5th February 2021

The Diocesan Environmental Group is encouraging everyone to pause, pray, learn, and take action to be part of God’s love for his Creation this Lent.


Called to Action - Getting closer to nature

Published: 26th January 2021

The Diocesan Environmental Group are challenging us to get closer to nature in the latest in their series of 'small steps to save the planet'. 


Creation Care

Published: 8th January 2021

Creation Care is a new scheme to help households improve their care of God’s Creation. It has a similar structure to Eco Church, with Bronze, Silver and Gold awards.


Called to Action - Creation Care

Published: 6th January 2021

The Diocesan Environmental group looks at the website Creation Care, which helps households monitor how they care for God's world. 


Called to Action - Mince pie moral maze!

Published: 7th December 2020

The Diocesan Environmental Group's latest edition of small tips to save the planet looks at how to make your mince pie choices as ethical as possible! 


Webinars on the Church’s Net Zero target

Published: 23rd November 2020

The CoE Environment Programme has organised a series of webinars exploring topics that contribute to the Church’s target of having ‘Net Zero’ carbon emissions by 2030. 


Called to Action: Disinvestment

Published: 17th November 2020

The Diocesan Environmental group offers 'small steps to save the planet'. This edition looks at disinvestment from fossil fuel companies.


Small steps to save the planet - health and beauty products

Published: 4th November 2020

Some advice on health and beauty products from our diocesan Environmental Group in their series on small steps to change the planet.


Called to Action - public transport

Published: 23rd October 2020

Suggestions from the Diocesan Environmental Group on making better use of public transport.


Called to Action - A different Hallowe'en

Published: 9th October 2020

The Diocesan Environmental Group offers some ways to mark a different kind of Hallowe'en in their latest 'Called to Action' tips. 


Energy Footprint Tool

Published: 16th September 2020

The easy-to-use Energy Footprint Tool will tell your church what your "carbon footprint" is, based on the energy you use to heat and light your buildings.


Recycle Week (21 -27 September 2020)

Published: 15th September 2020

Now in its 17th year, Recycle Week will thank the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, under the banner 'Together - We Recycle'.


Called to Action - Climate Sunday

Published: 29th July 2020

This edition of 'small steps to save our planet' from the Diocesan Environmental Group focuses on Climate Sunday. 


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