“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth…God saw all that he had made and it was very good” Genesis 1:1,31
Why care for creation? - “The correct relationship between human beings and nature is that of cooperation with God. It is a noble calling to co-operate with God for the fulfilment of His purposes, to transform the created order for the pleasure and profit of all. In this way, our work is to be an expression of our worship since our care of the creation will reflect our love for the Creator. ” John Stott, The Radical Disciple
Why should we care for creation? September 2017 paper by Angus MacLeay
Eco Church - The Church received a Bronze Eco Church Award in March 2017
Wildflowers in the churchyard - see here for a guide to the wildflowers growing in our churchyard.
Re-Use not Refuse: we encourage all of you to use the local Sevenoaks Freecycle system to give a new lease of life to items for which you no longer have a need.
Renew our World: how the church can work towards a fair and sustainable world
Hunger and climate change steal security, but thankfully, the church gives hope. Paul Cook, Head of Advocacy, Tearfund will be speaking at the Creation Care Lunch at 12.30 on Sunday September 3rd. Please do put the date in your diary and sign up for catering purposes on the sheet on the Welcome Desk or via the church office.
For Further Information…
Please contact one of the members of the Creation Care Committee: Christine Brindley, Meryl Edward, Toby Merchant, Janet Phythian, Rachel Stevens, Paul and Heather Williams (01732 459129).
Sermons, Videos and Talks
Sam Berry’s video on Creation Care
Check out all our Sermons associated with creation care here.
Bishop David Atkinson - God’s Covenant and Climate Change (July 2015)