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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Explore the Christian Contemplative Tradition through 5 monthly retreat days beginning on Tuesday 10th September, then every Second Tuesday until January 2020.Become equipped for contemplative ministry and learn to communicate and nurture meditation practices as passed on through the teaching of John Main in the Christian Tradition.The day is being hosted by Glazebury Methodist and is led...
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