The Joy in Enough confession acknowledges our complicity in climate change and consumerism, and is intended for Lent and Ash Wednesday services. Download and use it in your community this season.
Recommended resources for Lent 2020
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book for 2020 is Saying Yes to Life, by Ruth Valerio. It uses the days of creation to explore environmental issues and questions of justice.
The Church of England’s Live Lent series on caring for God’s creation is a great way to get your church thinking about environmental issues. With readings for each day available in a booklet or an app, and lots of supporting resources.
The richest 10% of the world’s population are responsible for half of the carbon emissions. Anyone with an annual income of over £10,745 is in that richest 10%. Not every Christian in … Continue reading Create a moment of confession this lent
The fashion industry has accelerated in recent years. There was a time when clothing brands had seasonal ranges, and launched new products three or four times a year. Some high … Continue reading How can clothing companies encourage re-use?
Justin Thacker, National Coordinator of Church Action for Tax Justice, discusses Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast. Church Action for Tax Justice is a relatively new campaigning organisation that is … Continue reading A place of flourishing for all
John Daniels reflects on the Coronavirus crisis and the connections between the environment and the economy.
Mark Dick, a GP from Ballymena, introduces his book Towards Oikos. Two of the biggest existential threats to humanity are potential conflict arising from poverty/inequality and global ecological damage. (Nuclear … Continue reading Towards Oikos – an introduction to a more human economy