For the Inspired by Creation competition we asked you to share the place where you find inspiration and a connection with God. Many of you entered a photograph you had taken or poem you had written that captured your special place. But there could only be three winners for each category, and so without further a do here they are…
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ONE EARTH, MANY FAITHS are organising an evening with Satish Kumar entitled ‘Spirituality as a Uniting Force for Environmental Action’. The evening will be start at 7.00pm in the Old Library at The University Church, The High St, Oxford on 11th November 2010.
With just over a week left to enter the Inspired by Creation competition (the deadline for entries is 30th September) we continue our series of reflections with another of the judges Ed Newell, the Sub-Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, sharing how he is inspired by creation. Photo by TreetopMom on Flickr Do you find yourself […]
As part of our reflections on Inspired by Creation the Bishop of Oxford shares the place that inspires him – Wastwater in the Lake District – his favourite piece of holy ground.
During the Inspired by Creation competition we are sharing a series of reflections from the competition judges and others. Here the Oxford based photographer KT Bruce shares how she is inspired by creation.
Each year Creation Tide is celebrated from the 1st September to the second Sunday in October. Churches and groups are invited to use this time of the year to focus on, and promote the preservation of, Creation. Here we provide links to resources to help you mark Creation Tide.
How can church land management make a difference for environmental change? Growing Organically – Using church land as a model for environmental change will be the topic for a conference organised by A Rocha and Ecocongregation on 18th September 2010. The day will look at practical examples of projects and open up opportunities to see […]
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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.