On the 15th of September between about 10:30 and 12:30 UK time, delegates from Kimberley and Kuruman Diocese and Oxford Diocese will join together to reflect on our Christian calling to care for creation. The session will be led primarily by Canon Rachel Mash, the co-ordinator of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network, with input from […]
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The Season of Creation – also known as ‘Time for Creation’ or Creationtide – is observed by Christians around the world from the 1st of September to the 4th of October. It’s a time to reflect on and respond to our calling to steward the earth. There are prayer resources on the Season of Creation […]
Our ‘Season of Creation’ update for September 2017 includes information about the Season of Creation resources, an introduction to Hope for the Future’s new workbook on talking with MPs, information about the forthcoming Kimberley and Kuruman/Oxford summit, Harvest resources, and a round-up of new campaigns and training opportunities. Read it here
Fair Play (part of the Summertown-Wolvercote Church Partnership) is hosting a Social Justice Fair on Saturday, 16 September. For more information, look at the poster here
PARTNERING with other people in care for creation can be an important part of a church’s witness and outreach, a way of practically showing the love of God and neighbour. But how can we work effectively with partners in the community? And how can we build positive relationships with local politicians? Recently in Oxford, Christians […]
20 May, Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, Oxford, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Our care for creation offers opportunities for us to show our love for God in how we ‘practise what we preach’ in our churches and how we engage more closely with our community. In the morning, we’ll join with local community groups to focus on […]
29 April, St Michael at the North Gate, Oxford, 10:00 am -1:00 pm 6 May, St Laurence, Reading, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Why do we care about creation? How do we ground creation care in our spiritual life? And how do we help others in our churches see creation care as part of our mission? […]
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Earthing Faith is a network to resource and encourage churches and individuals in the Diocese of Oxford as we connect our faith with the earth.
The network has been established to assist the sharing of ideas and experiences around the environment, and to help us to be creative and collaborative in our engagement with creation.