This Sunday, 5 September, we will be making a public declaration of the Climate Emergency as we acknowledge the seriousness of the situation we all face, and state this Church’s commitment to be net zero by 2030.
This morning’s service of Morning Worship for Climate Sunday is led by Julian Stedman and includes a declaration of climate emergency and a statement of commitment for our church to aim for carbon net zero by 2030. The preacher is Revd Marcus Zipperlen.
This morning’s service of Morning Worship is live streamed from St Edmund’s church. The service is led by Mairwen Large and we meet Fiona and Joel Kelling, CMS partners in Jordan. The preacher is Revd Rana Khan.
Last Sunday, 5th September, we held our Climate Sunday service, including the presentation of our Eco Church Bronze Award. This marks the first milestone in our journey towards net-zero carbon by 2030. You can find out more about what we’re doing on our own Eco Church website.
On Saturday 14 August, a deadly earthquake struck Haiti. At the time of writing, more than a thousand people have died, and homes, schools and other vital infrastructure have been severely damaged. The situation is desperate. Marc Antoine, who leads Tearfund’s work in Haiti, shares with us how Tearfund is responding to the disaster: If you wish to donate to Tearfund’s appeal for help for Haiti after the devastating earthquake, please consider donating online through the Tearfund website. There will also… [Continue Reading]
We are pleased to announce that St Edmund’s Church has achieved the Bronze award level in the A Rocha Eco Church scheme. We are now working hard to achieve silver – how appropriate in this Olympic year! Find out more about what we’re doing on the St Edmund’s Eco Church website.