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Would anyone be interested in taking part in the “Churches Count on Nature” project from 4-12th June? It was run last year and about 500 churches took part. There is little detail yet, but if this whets your appetite, please get in touch.


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has issued its most stark warnings yet about the need for action to tackle the climate emergency. We may not have been directly affected by flooding but we may know people who have been; we are told that air pollution is impacting our grand/children's health and development; we see on the news that people and habitats are being destroyed and the world is less stable.

So what matters to you-

  • Is it the health and well being of your grandchildren?

  • The awareness that the seasons are affecting how you garden and food supplies feel less secure?

  • Do you feel that as a country we need to be better prepared for violent weather/storms ?

  • How does this play out in your Christian faith?

Do you want to do something but feel powerless? If so, let’s have the conversation. Please get in touch and we can start talking!

Marilyn Banister


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