Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams is helping UK churches to become green – starting with St Paul’s Cathedral. Dr Williams launches A Rocha UK’s Eco Church award scheme there today (26th January).
The former head of the global Anglican Communion will present the cathedral with the first ever Eco Church award. Managed by environment charity A Rocha UK, Eco Church equips congregations to become more eco-friendly. An online survey and resources help churches respond to environmental issues across congregational life.
‘After recent climate change talks in Paris, Eco Church helps churches integrate environmental care through worship, management of buildings and land, community and global engagement, and personal lifestyle of church members’, said A Rocha UK’s Dr Ruth Valerio.
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Your church can become good news for God’s earth – by taking part in a national award scheme.
And to start your journey, all you have to do is register with Eco Church. Run by A Rocha UK, this new initiative equips congregations in England and Wales to care for creation through every part of church life.
The scheme is being launched with a special reception at St Paul’s Cathedral on 26th January 2016. Guest speaker will be former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams (pictured by Graham Lacdao, St Paul’s Cathedral).