Webteam: August 2019
At our Circuit meeting in June we decided to start a Circuit Environmental Group. Let us be bold to think of this emerging group as a Care of Creation Group, after all, we are all stewards of God's creation. The time has come for us all to take creation's health seriously and urgently...today in big and small ways.
Maybe you don't really care too much about the environment or maybe you are passionate about it and have taken greener steps in your homes or chapel. Either way, we would love to get a group of 20 people together from all parts of the Circuit to form a group focused on Care of Creation that can help our Circuit be a place of care for creation.
Even if you are not interested in care of creation why not consider being part of the group? Your voice is important, too.
As part of the commitment to the care of creation we shall try to organise ourselves online, over the phone. Don't have internet? That's okay we will organise ourselves in other ways with as little impact to creation as possible.
Interested in being part of this group? Please contact Revd. Shalome MacNeill Cooper at email@example.com or by phone at 01743 791 267
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