Not just to survive, but to thrive.
As Christians, we believe that God doesn't just promise life, but life in all of its fullness.
We want all of God's created Kingdom not just to survive, but to thrive.
But, as a sustained, significant shift in our climate patterns becomes increasingly concerning, those aspirations for abundant life here and now are threatened. Is there a way for us reach the global target of limiting the temperature rise to 1.5 degrees?
Read our briefing to find out three ways you can begin to make positive changes: personally, as a church and nationally.
Here you will find material for Church fellowship and conversation, worship resources for Local Preachers, and other related topics.
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Churches together, Croft, Glazebury and Culcheth.Taize evening worship — Sunday 20th October 6.30pmNewchurch Parish Church — Culcheth.All are welcome to share in this uniquely reflective service drawn from the Taize TraditionCandles may be used!Brother Roger: "God is love...
On Thursday 7th November we gather again as one church to pray for our city & we'd love you to join us! Audacious Church, Manchester, M3 7BD, Doors open 7pm for 730pm start.Crying out to God for a move of his Spirit and a turning of the tide across Greater Manchester. There has never been a more important or urgent time for the church to gather together to pray for Manchester...
Dying Matters: Raising awareness of dying, death and bereavement.Saturday November 16th from 10am till 4pm Glazebury Methodist ChurchAre We Ready? It's a question that challenges each of us on several levels. "Many consider death to be the last great taboo in our society and....most of us find it hard to engage in advance with the way in which we would like to be cared for at the...