We will be holding an on-line workshop and action evening on Thursday July 22nd, from 7pm- 8.15pm in support of our friends at Australian Religious Response to Climate Change. The Letters, Learning and Leverage workshop is an opportunity to:

 

  • Join with others who share your concern for tangible action on climate
  • Affirm how creation care sits within Christian faith and discipleship
  • Consider how actions such as this can contribute to policy change
  • Reflect on how this initiative (and others) can be used to engage more people in your church and community in positive action
  • Work alongside others to create your letter to the PM

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If you just want some quick pdfs you can print off with bible verses, theology, quick climate facts, ways to get involved, and a worship service to support it all, click here

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Black Summer

Chris McCaul from Batemans Bay Uniting Church shares her experience of the bushfires and how her church helped their community: (previously published in the Canberra Region Presbytery Newsletter) We were woken at 6am on Tuesday 31 December 2019, by RFS message to...

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St George’s Uniting Church, Eden

St George’s Uniting Church started their Garden of Eden Community Project in May 2006 to address the issues of merging community, ecology, cultural diversity and spirituality in our community. Read more: https://fiveleafecoawards.org/churches-involved/1-2/

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Adamstown Uniting Church

Inspiracy 2: A Climate for Change (May 2018) was hosted by at Adamstown and Mereweather Uniting Churches.  The festival included a vast variety of approaches to sustainability, climate change and justice, including art installations, film competitions, an ecotheology...

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