Plenty!, the small group discussion programme, is nearing completion. As we put the finishing touches to it, we need your help with facilitators and admin – and lots of people to get those conversations started about a better world.
What we’re reading
Tim Jackson’s follow up to Prosperity Without Growth is a philosophical enquiry into good lives and human flourishing. Post Growth: Life After Capitalism
The Church of England’s report into how it could use its land for affordable and sustainable homes, as a Christian response to the housing crisis: Coming Home Report.
Eric Klinenberg shows how high quality public spaces and shared services can create a fairer and more united society in his book Palaces for the People.
Nine out of ten Christian young people are concerned about climate change. Just one in ten are confident their church is doing enough about it. That’s a finding from Burning … Continue reading Young Christians expect more on climate change
Russell Rollason, from the Australian Council of Churches, writes about how insights from Aboriginal theology can help us to reconnect to the land in a consumer culture. Have you often … Continue reading Indigenous theology for a new earth
Phil Whittall, a writer and church leader in Stockholm, asks what kind of church could confront consumerism. I am a consumer, we all are, it’s an unavoidable reality. You have … Continue reading The church we need to dethrone consumerism
Catherine Masterman celebrates the rhythms of the calendar and the opportunity to bring people together. There is something wonderful about the fact that the easing of lockdown restrictions coincides with … Continue reading The richness of the rhythms
Today, April 1st, activists are taking part in ‘The Money Rebellion‘, a day of action against the banking industry for its role in climate change. Some will be carrying out … Continue reading The connection between money and the climate crisis