Spare a thought for your consumption habits… Written by Celia Fisher Consumption, in its broadest sense, is something that we do everyday often without thinking about it at all. Consumption is necessary as we need to eat and drink, have clothes to wear, resources like phones and transport and so on. Everything we consume has […]
How can growing fruit, vegetables and flowers help your parish and the planet? An introduction to Organic growing. Written by Jane Pendlenton Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email Why would YOU set up an organic fruit, vegetable or flower garden in your parish? Here are four […]
Driving the traders from the temple What does Jesus tells us about the need to change the systems that shape our behaviour? Written by John Paul de Quay Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email It did not take me long trying to decide what image should […]
An introduction to Wildlife Gardening By Dr Sarah Gardner Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email We asked Dr Sarah Gardner to set the scene on our biodiversity crisis and how our humble churchyards can welcome back wildlife. THE SITUATION For millennia, humans, plants and animals have […]
An intorduction to travel How we get to church matters Written by Louise Abraham and the Green Guardians of Brentwood Cathedral Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email The Green Guardians of Brentwood Cathedral explore the importance of how we travel, for our planet, for our people […]
We have asked Graham Gordon, Head of Public Policy at CAFOD to share a few words on what politics is, and why political action is so important to our faith.