Climate Change: Building the Will for Action The United Nations, churches, investors, security experts and environmentalists came together at St Paul’s Cathedral to highlight the pressing importance of collective action on climate change. Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, shared her views on the challenges faced, highlighting what faith […]
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Hope for the Future is a UK wide campaign aimed at getting realistic climate change policies into the manifestos of the main political parties ahead of the next general election, May 2015. The campaign has been started by the North East and Yorkshire Anglican Diocesan Environment Officers Group, and is being put forward as a national […]
The week of 14-22 June will see a wide variety of inspiring events popping up all over Oxford city – from film showings to food fairs; ‘schwopping’ to super-local suppers; cycling to upcycling – there will be something on offer for everyone and the whole of Oxford is invited. The Diocese of Oxford is a […]
The Bishop of Dorchester is hosting the “Reconnecting church and earth in the 21st century” event at Dorchester Abbey on Tuesday April 29t 2014, 10am to 3.30pm. In the biblical story of creation in Genesis the writer pictures humankind being formed from the earth and at the same time given responsibility for the creation. That […]
EARTH & FAITH is a new ecumenical project for Churches Together in Faringdon, launching in May 2014. EARTH & FAITH will be a focus group among the Faringdon churches, to help us develop our understanding and care of the environment. As a pilot project, we are planning one whole year of monthly events – plenty […]
Developing an eco-friendly parish: a resource evening for churches in Oxfordshire In 2014 Earthing Faith gatherings will bring people together to showcase resources to help churches explore environment related issues in a parish, with a particular focus on resources for worship. The Oxford gathering took place on Thursday 27th February at New Road Baptist Church, […]
A large group of organisations have joined together to welcome the debate on climate change and the environment taking place at General Synod on February 12th. A Rocha UK, Christian Aid, Christian Concern for One World, Christian Ecology Link, Climate Stewards, CTBI Environmental Issues Network, the John Ray Initaitive, Operation Noah, Progressio, the Quakers, the […]
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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.