The Environment and Climate Change

The Methodist Church has set an aspirational target of becoming a net zero carbon emissions Church by 2030.

The Methodist Conference has set a target of becoming a net zero emissions Church by 2030.

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth… God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good. – Genesis 1:1, 31 5 

As Christians, we believe that God created the world. We believe in the inherent goodness of creation, and we believe that God is active and present in the world – sustaining creation from moment to moment. As people made in the image of God, we believe we are called to reflect God’s nature in being present and active in caring for creation.

Closing our ears to the voices of those most vulnerable to climate change would be nothing less than giving up our claim to be disciples of Christ. – Hope in God’s Future

Monthly Tip

July Eco Tip

Taste the benefits of seasonal and local food.

Pond in Woodlands
How to become an Eco Church

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Inspiring stories from the Connexion, updates on policies & ideas to implement.

Pea seeds
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