Revd. Dr. Darrell Hannah Rector of All Saints’, Ascot Heath explains about a move in Bracknell Deanery to call for the Church of England to disinvest from fossil fuel companies and how you can help… In Febraury 2014 General Synod of the Church of England voted overwhelmingly in support of the Church strengthening its work on […]
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by Jo Duckles First appeared in the Diocesan newspaper, The Door THOUSANDS of honey bees have been given a home in a church yard in central Oxford. Since last spring the sound of buzzing could be heard in the grounds of St Thomas’s Church. Priest-in-Charge, the Revd Jonathan Beswick, has wanted to keep bees since […]
Swift numbers in Britain have decreased by up to 40% in the last 20 years. There are several likely reasons for this, but one is the loss of nest sites. Swifts return to the same nest hole every year, and so when buildings need repair or are demolished, nest sites can be lost. Also, almost […]
How Should the Church respond to the threat of Climate Change? A Discussion concerning the call to disinvest from Fossil Fuel Companies The campaign to disinvest from fossil fuel companies is gathering strength with universities, businesses, banks and religious groups choosing to respond to Climate Change by redirecting their investments away from fossil fuels. Bracknell […]
Revd. Margot Hodson tells us about the Environment and Hope project… Serious issues about the environment seem to be in the news on a regular basis. This combined with the lack of progress on international climate change negotiations, have led many people with environmental concerns to lose hope. Three years ago Margot Hodson and Ruth Valerio […]
There will be a FREE screening of the Do the Math film at the UPP on Cowley Road at 9pm on 24th Sept
Beat the winter blues… with the A Rocha marine conservation project in Kenya.
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