Sharing Anglicans is a new website for parishes and people in the Diocese of Edmonton to use to exchange items. These can include furnishings, books, equipment, vestments, employment opportunities, or anything else you have that someone else might want. We hope this site will help you do your work and will also help promote the “sharing […]
In February, Bishop Jane met with 16 bishops from all six continents in Cape Town, South Africa, to consider how to live out with urgency and in hope, the Fifth Mark of Mission of the Anglican Communion: “to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.”
As we approach Good Friday, the Anglican Eco Bishops have released a joint statement calling for prayer and action to address the “climate change crisis.” The World is Our Host a Call to urgent Action for Climate Justice
Greening Sacred Spaces is a practical program to assist faith communities in taking actions to create a more sustainable and energy efficient place of worship and to educate members of the community about ecological issues.
Fred Says is a PWRDF campaign to raise awareness for food security and the PWRDF mission. Food security, the availability of food and one’s access to it, is an increasingly familiar term but it is not well understood.You can take action with PWRDF by downloading informative toolkits to share the Fred Says message.
Discover Kairos and the amazing resources they have developed on Climate Change. For example, organize a 100 mile dinner, promote a Carbon Sabbath or a PowerDown Day Energy Fast. Imagine the positive impact your faith community will have on our common household. As we become better stewards of Creation, our faith in Christ deepens.
For resources, reflections and ecojustice information, visit: http://www.kairoscanada.org/sustainability/climate-justice/re-energize