As we continue to witness the global impact of climate change, we are reminded of the importance of adopting a more sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. To this end, I’m thrilled to announce that we are planning an initiative this autumn to promote sustainable practices within our community.
We invite members of our church and village community to join us in this endeavour. Our goal is to help create a more sustainable and environmentally friendly community, one that is conscious of its ecological footprint and actively takes steps to reduce it.
Throughout the autumn, we will be planning a series of activities and events to raise awareness about sustainability and eco-friendliness, as well as to encourage and facilitate action. We welcome your ideas and involvement in planning and organizing these events.
Some of the possible activities we have in mind include:
- Workshops on sustainable living, including tips on reducing waste, conserving energy, and making eco-friendly choices in our daily lives.
- Join in with community clean-up events to reduce litter and pollution in our streets, parks, and natural spaces.
- Initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint of our food consumption, such as promoting local food production and reducing food waste.
- Talks and discussions on the challenges and opportunities of environmental sustainability.
We believe that by working together, we can create a more sustainable and eco-friendly community that benefits us all. We encourage everyone to get involved in this initiative and to help us make a difference in our community.
Let’s take this opportunity to make a positive impact on the environment and create a more sustainable future for ourselves and generations to come.
If you would like to be part of this initiative or have any suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Revd Sam Mortimer
Curate, All Saints with St Mark’s Churches, Binfield.
Mobile: 07505 426763
Thanks to Sam Mortimer and the Eco-Church team, we’ve been getting the ball rolling on becoming more eco-minded as a Church.
For starters, we’ve hit the necessary targets to be able to apply for a Bronze accreditation for All Saint’s Church!
Click below to find out how the Eco-Church Award Scheme works…