Diocesan environment network builds alliances in Nova Scotia and P.E.I.

Participants engage in a “tree walk” at Pause to Listen: A Spiritual Retreat for Environmentalists. The Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Environment Network helped organize the May retreat. Submitted photo Diocesan environment network builds alliances in Nova Scotia and P.E.I. By Matt Gardner Each year parishes and congregations across the Anglican … Continue reading “Diocesan environment network builds alliances in Nova Scotia and P.E.I.”

Francis of Assisi: Evangelist and environmentalist

Francis of Assisi: Evangelist and environmentalist By Matt Gardner One of the most revered figures in the history of Christianity, St. Francis of Assisi (1181/2-1226) lived a life that embodied some of the most deeply held values that we associate with the faith today. In the centuries since his death, successive generations of Christians have … Continue reading “Francis of Assisi: Evangelist and environmentalist”

Anglicans around the world responded to the annual ecumenical Season of Creation

Posted on: October 17, 2018   Young People from the Lusitanian Church take part in a beach clean up in Portugal Photo Credit: Green Anglicans The annual Season of Creation, which ran from 1 September – the Day of Prayer for Creation – until 4 October – St Francis Day – was celebrated by Anglicans … Continue reading “Anglicans around the world responded to the annual ecumenical Season of Creation”

What happens and should happen when water becomes scarce?

By Dr Jeff Golliher 20 September 2018 In this Season of Creation, the Program Director for the Environment and Sustainable Development at the Anglican Communion Office in New York, the Revd Canon Dr Jeff Golliher, reflects on last month’s World Water Week conference. For nearly 20 years, the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) has hosted … Continue reading “What happens and should happen when water becomes scarce?”

Anglican Primates respond to Archbishop of Canterbury’s request on Letters for Creation

Posted on: September 18, 2018   Season of Creation Leaders of some of the Anglican Communion’s 39 provinces have responded to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s invitation to write Letters for Creation. To help promote the Season of Creation, which runs from 1 September to 4 October, Archbishop Justin asked his fellow Primates to set out … Continue reading “Anglican Primates respond to Archbishop of Canterbury’s request on Letters for Creation”