Earth Day: from death to resurrection

By The Revd Canon Dr Rachel Mash 18 April 2019 As we approach Earth Day (Monday 22 April), the largest civic-focused day of action in the world, the Environmental Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, Canon Rachel Mash, poses a challenge for Christians and makes connections with the Easter story. If the Easter … Continue reading “Earth Day: from death to resurrection”

Environment Network calls on Anglicans around the world to use less plastic

Posted on: March 8, 2019   Photo Credit: Matthew Gollop / Pixabay The Anglican Communion’s Environment Network (ACEN) is encouraging Anglicans to reduce their use of plastic in Lent. Organisers hope that those taking part in the “plastic fast” will learn to use less plastic in the longer term in order to protect the earth’s … Continue reading “Environment Network calls on Anglicans around the world to use less plastic”

Earth Day – Why should we care?

  By The Revd Dr Rachel Mash 19 April 2018  Ahead of Earth Day on Sunday (22 April), the environmental coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Revd Dr Rachel Mash, argues that the opposite of love is not hate, but apathy. We often think that the opposite of love is hate. To … Continue reading “Earth Day – Why should we care?”

Lambeth Palace event to showcase Anglican primates’ views on the environment

Posted on: January 17, 2018 3:28 PM Photo Credit: Geralt / Pixabay Lambeth Palace, the official London residence and offices of the Archbishop of Canterbury, is to stage an event showcasing Anglican primates’ views on the care of creation. Archbishops, presiding bishops and moderators from Australia to Zambia, representing the 39 provinces of the Anglican … Continue reading “Lambeth Palace event to showcase Anglican primates’ views on the environment”