If you’re interested in the environment, you probably know all about COP26, the upcoming climate talks in Glasgow in November. Perhaps you’re even campaigning on it in some form, signing … Continue reading Explaining COP26 to your church
Hilary Blake compares the loving welcome of infant baptism and the fostered insecurities of consumerism. Two things coincided in my diary recently which may, on the surface, seem to have … Continue reading Belonging, consumerism and infant baptism
Church Action for Tax Justice is a campaign for a fairer and greener tax system, which would serve the greener and fairer economy that we advocate at Joy in Enough. … Continue reading Why should Christians care about tax justice?
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
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
We recently featured an article on a Christian vision for sustainable housing. In this post, John Anderson talks about sustainable church buildings, and particularly what his own church has been … Continue reading EnFolding the Future at Baildon Methodist
With churches closed because of Covid-19 restrictions, there has been growing curiosity in outdoor church, building on an existing interest from Forest Church and other pioneers. What can people do … Continue reading Outdoor church in a climate emergency
Season of Creation is an ecumenical initiative that brings together millions of Christians around the world to consider the environment during September. Each year there is a theme, with A … Continue reading Season of Creation highlights economic justice