God made it all and said

We are trying to keep it that way

There is No Plan(et) B

We need to look after the one we have

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Environmental News

Hearing indigenous voices

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Environmental Racism – When #Blacklives Don’t Matter

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A Message for Youth Day – What is our Hope?

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Celebrating World Environment Day in Mozambique

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Season of Creation Resource Pack

Please find the Season of Creation Ecumenical Resource pack for September 2020  Jubilee for the Earth here http://www.greenanglicans.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/SOC-2020-Final-Jubilee-for-the-Earth.pdf

World Environmental Day Liturgy

This year the theme for World Environment Day is “Time for Nature” . It also falls on Trinity Sunday. What a wonderful day to celebrate God the Father who is...

Welcome to Green Anglicans

Anglicans have long been concerned with environmental issues. The Anglican Communion states  that the fifth mark of mission is ‘ to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the earth’. The Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s Environmental Network (ACSA-EN) aims to support churches and Dioceses to fulfil God’s call to be Earthkeepers and to care for Creation.

Our Ministries

Spiritual Formaton

God's Call On Our Lives

Youth Empowerment

Training & Development


Building a better tomorrow

Million tonnes of plastic pollution make it to the ocean each year
Centimeters the global sea level has risen over the past century
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The amount of degrees the earths global temperature has risen since 1976

Upcoming Event

Maitland Archdeaconry Youth Workshop

Engaging with young people on the importance of Caring for Creation and mobilizing the generation of both today and tomorrow to fix yesterdays problems

  • Date: 7 February 2020
  • Time:  18:00 for 18:30 AM
  • Venue: Church Of Good Shepherd, 7th Avenue, Kensington
  • Cost: Free

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