Environmentally sustainable church resources

The September 2008 issue of Spanz magazine contains a feature on the sustainable Presbyterian Church. The story has examples of the many ways Presbyterian churches throughout New Zealand are responding to complex environmental challenges. Read the feature.

Use the links on the left to view National links for ways you and your congregation can make your church environmentally sustainable. If you have a website to share, email us at angela@presbyterian.org.nz

Reports and Studies

Materials to downoad and use for individual or group study.

Call to action by Geneva Interfaith Forum

CWM: Faith chiefs slam leaked climate deal

CWM: Caring for Creation: Presbyterian Moderator’s thoughts 

All Creation Groans: The Eco-Crisis and Sustainable Living

Protecting NZ’s environment and economy for current and future generations - by Dr Kevin Tate FRSNZ, with Dr Lynton Baird

Caring for Creation: A Presbyterian Church study guide for congregations

Caring for Creation examines how as stewards of Creation we can recognise what environmental issues we face; what impact these have – globally, nationally, locally and personally; and what action can we take both individually and as a congregation.

If you would like copies of this 36 page booklet mailed to you contact angela@presbyterian.org.nz

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