• Our Vision

    To encourage reflection and action on caring for creation (especially in relation to a just and fair world) among Gloucestershire Christians;
     
    To support and encourage local Christians who are concerned about the environment;
     
    To provide an information exchange and to facilitate co-ordination of initiatives.  
     

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  • Latest Articles

    Laudato Si’ at 5 
    Martin Davis, Convener, Cheltenham Green Christians on 20th May 2020 via Zoom Read More

    Language Matters: Speaking truthfully and acting justly in climate change
    Our lunchtime meeting on Thursday 23rd April 2020 was our first by conference call (Skype) with over 20 people participating. The Revd Dr Julie Nelson's talk was much appreciated. The Q&A session was brilliant! Read More

    BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2019
    2018 was a year in which there was a growing divide between societal demands for an accelerated transition to a low carbon energy system and the actual pace of progress. Read More

    EcoChurch Award: the story of Stratton parish church
    During 2019 the Parish Church of St Peter at Stratton near Cirencester worked hard and gained the Bronze Eco Church Award! Read More

    Church leadership’s role for promoting public engagement with climate change
    Our meeting at lunchtime on 18th November 2019 attracted 18 people who completely filled the Jerusalem Room at No4 College Green. Mark Bick, a Licensed Pioneer Minister based in the Royal Forest of Dean, described how leadership from the local church can help promote public engagement with the issues of climate change; including brokering new partnerships.   Read More

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  • Inspiring quotations

    Eight million tonnes of plastic are dumped in the oceans each year, with catastrophic consequences for wildlife. Many species mistake plastic for food. An estimated 90 per cent of seabirds and 50 per cent of marine turtles have plastic in their stomachs. Up to 80% of mussels taken from a number of British beaches were found to contain microplastics. It’s even entered our food chain. Worldwide Fund for Nature

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    Objectives for 2020
     
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    We shall encourage as many as possible of the 380 parish churches to register with A Rocha and work towards the EcoChurch Award with a view to becoming a CofE EcoDiocese by Christmas 2020

         

    Revd Arthur Champion, The Department of Mission and Ministry, Diocese of Gloucester, 4 College Green, Gloucester, GL1 2LR  Tel: 01242 870402 

     

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