As an EcoChurch we are committed to creating a more sustainable and just world for all God's people & creatures, and to enjoying the beauty and wonder of God's creation. Here are some of the projects we have enjoyed as part of EcoChurch!
EcoChurch Walk in Great Missenden Woods
On Sunday 24 April St Paul's EcoChurch went by train from Marylebone Station to Great Missenden for a walk in the bluebell woods, Angling Spring Woods. We enjoyed a picnic in the woods, a walk around the hills and, of course, seeing the beautiful bluebells and wildflowers in the woods and hedgerows.
Eco-Art Pilgrimage in NORTH GREENWICH PENINSULA
On Sunday 27 March St Paul's EcoChurch enjoyed an Eco-Art Pilgrimage in North Greenwich Peninsula. Revd Donna led the walk around the peninsula and reflected on the environment and art works around edge of the River Thames. This Lent walk gave us an opportunity to reflect on our reverence and care for creation, on the ways in which industry and pollution have affected creation, and on the part we might play in creating a sustainable future.
St Paul's Church partnered with Penfold Hub on a Wellbeing Morning for over 50s in our community. The wellbeing morning included FairTrade coffee & tea, homemade cakes, fresh fruit from the local market, Fruitful 'smoothie-making-by-bike' led by PIP students, and head & neck massage offered for free by local women trained in our community.
A wonderful morning encouraging sustainability and nurturing healthy-healing communities!
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
on LISSON GREEN ESTATE
During Holy Week 2022 St Paul's Church led a series of reflections through Lisson Green Estate, based on the Stations of the Cross. Walking through our neighbourhood and using in-situ art and the environment around us we reflected on the ways in which we show God's love in our community and the ways in which we can appreciate the wonder and beauty of God's creation on our estates.