We are an Eco-Congregation

We are registered as an Eco-Congregation. Catriona Jeorrett is our Eco-Ambassador, so have a chat with her after church to find out how you can get involved.

What does this mean?

Latest Eco-Congregation News

“Facing the Reality of a Changing Climate” – event on 19th November

As an Eco-Congregation, we understand that we have responsibilities in Climate Change. As people of hope, how can we respond? There's a unique opportunity to hear Katharine Hayhoe from North America, an evangelical Christian and climate scientist named in TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World 2014 and ...
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Make the most of the bulletin

It's always tricky to know how many copies of the weekly Bulletin to print each week - our congregation averages between 70 and 80 folk and there are quite often spare copies of the bulletin left over. Now that we are an Eco-Congregation we should be thinking of reducing waste, ...
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Lent Eco-Challenge #3: The Travel Challenge

As part of your carbon fast for Lent, think about how you get around and try to take 3 less car journeys per week than you normally would. This can easily be achieved by thinking ahead and planning your routes. Why not car share to church? If you've got an ...
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Eco Congregation Annual Gathering in Glasgow

If you're not involved in the Daffodil Tea on 22nd April you may wish to pop through to Glasgow for the Eco-Congregation Scotland Annual Gathering 2017 Speak to our Eco-Ambassador Catriona Jeorrett for more information or to co-ordinate travel arrangements. Saturday 22nd April 2017, 10:00am – 3:15pm Burnside Blairbeth Church, ...
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Take part in Earth Hour on Saturday 25th March

As part of our responsibilities as an Eco-Congregation, we are encouraging everyone to take part in this year's Earth Hour on Saturday 25th March at 8.30pm. Read more on the Eco-Congregation website Dunscore Parish Church wrote a prayer for Earth Hour: Creator God, this earth is miraculous and beautiful. Forgive ...
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Eco-Challenge #2 – “Make meat a treat”

We're doing a new Eco Challenge each fortnight during Lent. The first one was a challenge to save water and energy by only filling the kettle with the water that you need. This fortnight's challenge is to"go meat free for 3 days a week". Roughly 18% of global greenhouse gas ...
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Augustine United’s Lenten series

The Edinburgh Eco-congregation Network is invited to participate in Augustine United's Lenten series This will be a whirlwind journey through personal, organizational and political action addressing climate change. The sessions will be based on shared experiences, together with group and individual activities. We will take inspiration from Matthew 5:38-42, contextualized ...
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Eco-Challenge for Lent

During Lent we are encouraging everyone to take part in a carbon fast. There will be challenges that we can all do together to reduce our carbon footprint. The first challenge is to measure the volume of water you need to boil in your kettle. If you only need one ...
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Great news! We have recently registered as an Eco-Congregation. We are proud to have recently become an Eco Congregation. Here at Granton we believe in being good stewards of our planet, we also believe in caring for others. Climate change has a massive impact on the lives of people least ...
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What does that mean?

Eco-Congregation Scotland is a charity, offering a programme to enthuse and equip churches to weave environmental issues into their life and mission in an enjoyable and stimulating way.

Our Vision

  • A Scotland that cares for God’s creation, now and forever.

Our Values

  • We care passionately for God’s creation
  • We are part of a faith based movement
  • We are one of hundreds of churches
  • We work co-operatively with each other and with others who care about the environment
  • We encourage transformational change at individual, community and national levels

Our Mission

  • In prayer, worship and conversation we discover what it means to care for God’s creation
  • We put that care into action individually, locally, nationally and globally, desiring to live justly in a transformed world
  • We commit ourselves to campaigning on urgent threats to the web of life in our vulnerable world

How we do it

We do this through three strands:

  • Spiritual living
    Making the link between environmental issues and Christian faith
  • Practical living
    Taking practical action in the church
  • Global living
    Influencing attitudes and take action in the local or global community on issues such as climate change