Green Communion 2018April 11, 2018
Join with other churches to celebrate Creation Time and hold a Green Communion in September. Download your free resources here.
Eco Church ConferenceJanuary 5, 2018
The first of our Eco Church Conferences for 2018, ‘God’s Earth: Our Mission’ will be an exploration of how caring for God’s earth is an intrinsic part of our mission as Christians. There will be workshops during the day. Practical ideas will be shared on how we can incorporate this mission into existing ministries and work areas such as ‘Children & Youth’ and ‘Food’. February 24th 2018 Holy Trinity Church, Leicester
Eco Church ConferenceOctober 3, 2017
If you’re looking for practical guidance on how your church can actively demonstrate that Christians care for God’s earth, then join us for the Eco Church conference. Whether your church has registered with the Eco Church award scheme, or is completely new to the idea, we welcome everyone to come along and find out more. The conference will be held in two venues, London and Sheffield, and is hosted by A Rocha UK in partnership with Shrinking the Footprint. This is an opportunity for representatives from churches of all denominations to come together to share and learn about protecting.
Green Communion 2017February 6, 2017
Here is a collection of photos and comments from churches that held a Green Communion on 5th February 2017.
Introducing ‘Green Communion’October 26, 2016
A Rocha UK’s hugely popular Eco Church award scheme will celebrate its first birthday in the New Year! To mark the occasion we’re inviting churches across England and Wales to hold a ‘Green Communion’ as part of their worship services on Sunday 5th February, 2017.
Green Communion Participating ChurchOctober 25, 2016
A Rocha UK’s hugely popular Eco Church award scheme will celebrate its first birthday in January 2017! To mark the occasion we’re inviting churches across England and Wales to hold a ‘Green Communion’ as part of their worship services on Sunday 5th February, 2017.
A recipe for eucharistic enleavened breadOctober 20, 2016
Bread considered suitable for the Eucharist varies with Christian denomination. Roman Catholic bread must contain only pure flour and water. Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic denominations use only leavened bread to represent the risen Christ. Nonconformist and Lutheran churches sometimes allow the addition of salt, oil and honey. Within the Anglican Communion, although depending upon the view of the president of the Eucharist, any pure bread may be considered suitable. The recipe offered here should be suitable for any denomination except Orthodox. If permitted, and wished, a pinch of salt, a teaspoon of olive oil and half a teaspoon.
An overview of the Eco Church SchemeMarch 22, 2016
This short extract from the video of the Eco Church launch event is ideal for use in services and other meetings as a means of promoting the scheme and informing people about how it works...
Launch PhotosFebruary 3, 2016
In January 2016, the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral went green for the launch of Eco Church; you can browse a selection of images taken during the evening here...
Launch VideoFebruary 2, 2016
If you weren't able to join us for the launch of Eco Church at St Paul's Cathedral in January, you can watch the video of the event here...