Finding like-minded people who can help inspire and encourage you to build a better world is so important – nobody wants to feel alone. The great thing is that there is already so much going on that you can get involved in!
Whether you wish to care for environment, the unborn, feeding the hungry, or listening to the lonely, there will be a local group that can help you help others.
If you wish to add anything or make a correction to any of the details on the map, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Local network” in the subject.
Here is a map of networks and contacts, national and diocesan, who you can reach out to and get involved with. Simply click on the enticing yellow dot nearest you on the map.
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Find your diocese on the map and click to discover groups and contacts to support you in your diocese.
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The Journey to 2030 is managed by the Ecological Conversion Group, Registered Charity in England & Wales, No: 1197384
Environmental lead: John Paul de Quay Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Journey to 2030 Parish Representatives.Email: email@example.com for more details.
Care of Creation Working Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caritas (Social Action) Advisor: email@example.com
CAFOD: Jenny Finlayson firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional groupLondon & Southeast Care of Creation (weekly Monday lunchtime Zoom meetings) – contact Colette Joyce: email@example.com
Environmnetal lead: Canon Gerry Murray
Diocesan environment page:
CAFOD: Deborah Purfield, Sylvester Mutsigwa, and Joanne O’Meara firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice and Peace: Janet Vaughan email@example.com
Green Christian Local Group (Birmingham): Rosina McGuigan firstname.lastname@example.org , Dick Withington (Rugby) email@example.com and Tom Piotrowski (Worcester) firstname.lastname@example.org https://greenchristian.org.uk/green-christian-worcester-local-group/ https://www.facebook.com/Green.Christian.Worcester
Environmental lead Jason Charewicz: email@example.com
Green Christian Local Group: Martin Davis firstname.lastname@example.org and Daphne Tomlinson (Nailsworth) email@example.com
CAFOD: Emma Nolan and Patrick Gardner firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith & Justice Commission & Environment Group http://www.lancasterfaithandjustice.co.uk/
Faith and Justice worker for Lancaster Diocese: Sue Grubic: email@example.com Address: St Bernadettes Church, 120 Bowerham Road, Lancaster, LA1 4HT
CAFOD: Ciara Hogan firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Christian Local Group (Clun): Elisabeth Newman Isobelmurdoch@greenchristian.org.uk
Cardiff diocese Environmental Officer: Caritas@rcadc.org
CAFOD: Therese Warwick email@example.com
Green Christian Local Group (Hereford): Sheila Milne firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmnetal Lead: email@example.com
CAFOD CPC: Colette firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Christian Local Group (North Wales): Katja Jewell NorthWales@greenchristian.org.uk
Environmental lead: Fr Matthew Nunes email@example.com
CAFOD: Siobhan and Colette firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice and Peace (there is an environment subgroup) Administrator Justine Silcock email@example.com
Environmental Lead and Caritas officer: Deborah Fisher firstname.lastname@example.org
Plymouth diocese caritas website (social action)
Plymouth diocese website: The community and the wider world.
CAFOD: Simon email@example.com
Green Christian Local Group (Fareham): John Vivian firstname.lastname@example.org, Olive Stevens (South West) email@example.com, and Jane Stanfield (Stroud) firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental lead: Minnie Fraser: email@example.com
Environment group page
Justice and Peace team contact http://www.rcdhn.org.uk/social_concerns/justice_and_peace.php
Environmental Leads: Barbara Hungin firstname.lastname@example.orgGlen Melvin email@example.com
Environmental policy: https://middlesbrough-diocese.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Environment-Policy.pdf
Middlesbrough Justice and Peace: https://middlesbrough-diocese.org.uk/category/organisations/justice-and-peace/
CAFOD: Carol Cross firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Christian Local Group (Beverley): Linda Johnson email@example.com
Environmental lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice and Peace Commission, email John Battle for more information email@example.com
Caritas Leeds: https://www.dioceseofleeds.org.uk/caritas/
Green Christian Local Group (Leeds): Paul Magnall firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental lead: Emma Gardner email@example.com
Diocesan environment page: https://www.dioceseofsalford.org.uk/diocese/environment/
Caritas Salford (social action) https://www.dioceseofsalford.org.uk/faith/caritas/
CAFOD: Simon and Steve firstname.lastname@example.org
Laudato Si’ Centre email@example.com
Hallam diocese environmental leads, Columba Timmins and Angela Powell: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAFOD: Angela Powell email@example.com
Hallam Caritas network: https://hallam-diocese.com/caritas/
Hallam Justice & Peace Commission, Anne Peacey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice & Peace Commission website: https://hallam-diocese.com/about-doh/bishops-commissions/
Diocesan environmental project: http://journeyto2030.org/pioneer-parishes/
Environmental lead: Paul Bodenham email@example.com
CAFOD: Maggie Mairura firstname.lastname@example.org
Diocesan Justice and Peace: https://www.dioceseofnottingham.uk/information/diocesan-commissions/justiceandpeace
Diocesan Social action prospectus: https://www.dioceseofnottingham.uk/application/files/2116/2141/9694/Caritas_Prospectus_2021-24.pdf
Diocesan environment page: https://www.dioceseofnottingham.uk/information/diocesan-commissions/justiceandpeace/environment-and-ecological-conversion
Green Christian Local Group (Leicester): Richard Pickering email@example.com, Emily Sharman (Leicestershire) firstname.lastname@example.org, Geoff Stratford (Lincoln) email@example.com
Environmental lead: Alban Macdonald: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAFOD: Deborah email@example.com
Caritas (social action): 01604 434362 firstname.lastname@example.org
Justice & Peace Commission Coordinator: Fr. Tony Brennan email@example.com 01582 662710
Green Christian Local Group (Milton Keynes): David Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
East Anglia diocesan Environmental Officer: email@example.com
CAFOD CPC: Jane Crone firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Christian Local Group (Bungay): Lucy Johnson email@example.com
Caritas (social action) Chair: Fr John Warrington, Administrator: Dr David Livesey, Development Worker: Jacinta Goode: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diocesan Justice and Peace website: https://www.rcdea.org.uk/justice-and-peace/
Diocesan Justice and Peace CommissionChairperson: Deacon John Bell Rev John Bell, 3 Applewood Close, Cambridge, CB1 9NU.Tel: 01223 503948 email@example.com
Environmental lead: Fr Dominic Howarth firstname.lastname@example.org
Diocesan Laudato Si’ website: https://www.dioceseofbrentwood.net/laudatosi/
Brentwood Caritas (social action): www.caritasbrentwood.org – social media accounts @caritasDOB
Diocesan Laudato Si’ contact: email@example.com
CAFOD: Chris Driscoll and Jane Crone: firstname.lastname@example.org
London & Southeast Care of Creation (weekly Monday lunchtime Zoom meetings) – contact Colette Joyce: email@example.com
Green Guardians Group in cathedral parish – https://www.instagram.com/bcgreenguardians/?hl=en
Environmental lead Bishop Paul Hendricks: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAFOD: Celeste and Sarah email@example.com
Justice and Peace: Marie Bullard firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Christian Local Group (Folkestone): Jacqueline Durban email@example.com
And Catherine Linney (Medway) firstname.lastname@example.org
CAFOD: Jo email@example.com
Portsmouth Caritas (social action) Website: https://www.portsmouthdiocese.org.uk/caritas
Portsmouth Justice and Peace: https://www.portsmouthdiocese.org.uk/justiceandpeace
Green Christian Local Group (Reading): Joanna Laynesmith firstname.lastname@example.org – webpage https://greenchristian.org.uk/about/local-groups/reading-area-green-christians/
CAFOD: Tony Sheen email@example.com
London & Southeast Care of Creation (weekly Monday lunchtime Zoom meetings) – contact Colette Joyce: firstname.lastname@example.org
Westminster Justice and Peace Website: https://westminsterjusticeandpeace.org/
Westminster Caritas (Social action): https://www.caritaswestminster.org.uk/
Green Christian Local Group (Barnet): Tony Shepherd email@example.com
A diocese is: The collection of people and their parishes, in a particular geographic area under care and direction of a particular Bishop.It is a bit like a county.
These diocese are collected together under a Bishops’ conference. In the UK there are three Bishops Conferences.These are a bit like countries.
In England and Wales some dioceses are part of the Caritas social action network. This aims to ensure families and communities, live with peace and human dignity in England and Wales.
This network helps coordinate community and specialist support for families and children, the elderly, people who are homeless, refugees, the disabled, and prisoners.
CAFOD is the international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.
They work in Humanitarian aid, disasters relief, and reaching out to those in poverty overseas and campaigning for global justice. Sustainable development and protection of creation is a key part of their work.
Justice and Peace groups are found in most diocese and many parishes. They form an organising group to raise awareness of injustices, global and national. Covering a huge amount of topics such as the arms trade, Life issues, animal cruelty, human trafficking.
Green Christian are a community of ordinary Christians from all backgrounds and traditions.
Green Christian Local Groups are groups of ordinary people supporting one another in their ecological discipleship and, in so doing, being vital signs of the kingdom for our times.
The Laudato Si’ Movement trains Laudato Si’ Animators worldwide. Laudato Si’ Animators lead their community in prayer and action for our common home.
To get in contact with a local Animator network you can contact Magdalena Noszczyk firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmnetal lead: John Paul de Quay Email: email@example.comDiocesan environmnet page:The Journey to 2030 Parish Representatives.Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.Environment Group: Ashley Ralston (Ashley.email@example.com)Social Action Advisor:CAFOD: Jenny Finlayson firstname.lastname@example.org